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by fiona basil (2020-04-28)


Apparently, lack of sleep increases the secretion of a hormone called ghrelin , this hormone sends a hunger signal to the brain. At the same time, the level of leptin , another hormone involved, helps to suppress appetite; so when leptin goes down, the desire to eat increases. We will look for something to satiate that appetite and many times what we have at hand are carbohydrates or refined, that is, we will increase the intake of precisely foods rich in fat and sugars.
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