Sleep restriction leads to increased activation of brain regions sensitive to food stimuli

“Overall neuronal activity in response to food stimuli was greater after restricted sleep…The findings of this study link restricted sleep and susceptibility to food stimuli and are consistent with the notion that reduced sleep may lead to greater propensity to overeat.”

http://m.ajcn.org/content/95/4/818.abstract


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