Lack of sleep leads to increased appetite and increased risk of cardiovascular disease
According to the US “Health Day” website reported on March 23, a small-scale new study announced at the American Heart Association Atlanta conference announced on the same day found that insufficient sleep can easily lead to increased diet, and even normal-weight people lack sleepWill increase daily dietary intake.
Researchers at Columbia University conducted a follow-up study of 13 male and 13 female participants.
All participants were of normal weight.
Researchers asked the participants to sleep for 4 consecutive hours for 6 consecutive days and then sleep for 9 hours for the next 6 days.
It turned out that compared with adults who sleep well, adults who lack sleep consume an average of 300 calories a day.
The rate of extra intake is mainly from saturated aunts, which increases the risk of obesity.
Studies have found that women’s eating patterns are most affected by lack of sleep.
In the absence of sleep, men and women consume an average of 263 and 329 more calories per day, respectively.
The researchers said that the new study shows that chronic sleep deprivation can lead to eating Hesse, increasing the risk of obesity and cardiovascular disease.
Therefore, guaranteeing 7-8 hours of sleep per night is also important for cardiovascular health.