Sleep deprivation has gender-specific effects on appetite

12/3/2012 | Medical News Today

Lack of sleep was associated with increased levels of the hunger-stimulating hormone ghrelin in men but not in women, a study in the journal Sleep has found. Researchers also found that sleep deprivation appeared to reduce the levels of satiety hormone GLP-1 in women but not in men.

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