June 18, 2014
Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a practicing neurosurgeon and chief medical correspondent at CNN, recently discussed on CNN why people often eat more if they don’t get enough sleep. He explains how the lack of sleep can affect the satiation center of the brain. Take a quick look at the video for more details.
What he says may be true, but I know why I eat more when I’m tired: I feel sorry for myself so I seek comfort in food. It may not be a scientific explanation, but it’s reason enough for me to get my eight hours of beauty rest, so I look and feel good!
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