Bad Sleep = Bad Eating

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PsychCentral News for June 2015 features an interesting article entitled “Bad Night’s Sleep Can Lead to Bad Eating” from the Journal of Health Psychology. A new study suggests disruptive sleep is a factor that can lead to excessive food intake and poor food choices.

 

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