Lose Weight While You Sleep

Need to lose weight? Take a nap. According to Consumer Reports . . .

Studies suggest that it has to do with hormones calledleptin and ghrelin that reside in your fat cells and gastrointestinal tract, respectively. Lack of sleep may decrease the level of leptin, which can block feelings of satiety and encourage you to eat more. And sleep deprivation increases ghrelin, which stimulates the appetite. Seven to 8 hours of restful sleep a night is ideal to eliminate that problem.

Sounds good to me.

Can Melatonin help you sleep? Watch this video and learn.

Lawrence Epstein from Harvard Medical School weighs in.  Who can benefit from Melatonin? What is Melatonin for?

Nighty night . . .

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