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This is How Eating Habits and Sleeping Patterns are Connected

39. Prepare For Sleepless Nights With Good Food With pre-measured ingredients, you won’t have to use your brainpower too much, which will definitely be depleted when… Trista - January 15, 2020
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39. Prepare For Sleepless Nights With Good Food

With pre-measured ingredients, you won’t have to use your brainpower too much, which will definitely be depleted when you haven’t gotten you 7-9 hours sleep in. You’ll also avoid wasting any ingredients that you may have bought unnecessarily if you’d gone shopping while feeling sleepy. 

It’s terrific that scientists have discovered the correlation between sleep deprivation and unhealthy eating habits – we can now be aware of them and put measures into place that will prevent sleep deprivation from ruining many aspects of our lives. Pick healthy options, track your sleep cycles, go to bed when you’re tired, and let’s hope you wake up feeling rejuvenated and ready to do it all again tomorrow!

Sources:

https://thriveglobal.com/stories/the-benefits-and-limitations-of-using-sleep-trackers-for-better-sleep/

https://unitedfamilymedicine.org/how-do-you-know-if-youre-getting-enough-sleep/

 https://www.insider.com/am-i-sleeping-enough-2018-4

 https://www.usnews.com/news/health-news/articles/2020-01-03/how-does-missed-sleep-affect-your-appetite

https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/how-to-eat-healthy-when-you-have-no-time

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