… and the weekend!
Getting your 40 winks could be more important than you think.
“Even just one night of poor sleep can interfere with certain hormones, including insulin, cortisol, and ghrelin,” says Lead Coach Damo.
“This subsequently increases hunger, lowers metabolism, and promotes fat storage. Studies show individuals who get adequate sleep as part of their weight loss journey enjoy better results than those who do not.”
“Not only do you burn more calories, but you also feel fresher, fuller, and ready to take on the day. A good night’s sleep is a crucial, yet often overlooked part of any weight loss plan.”