Short Sleep Duration and Weight Gain




When people don’t sleep enough, they may experience increased appetite because leptin will be lower, explains Lucette Talamas, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida.
Dr. Jeremy Tabak, Medical Director of the Galloway Sleep Center with Baptist Health South Florida, says sleep apnea can also affect the appetite hormones and stimulate appetite.

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