Sunday, December 14, 2008
How Important Is Sleep
Sleep is instrumental to good health and even weight loss.
A disruption in your hormones and your different metabolic processes has all kinds of adverse effects. Your fat cells respond to the food you eat differently, based on your hormones.
Sleep loss affects the level of certain hormones, putting your body in a position to gain weight. Sleep loss also can cause a lack of desire to achieve goals because you feel fatigued and "run down."
Sleep is also important in developing lean muscle tissue. When you work out, you are actually tearing your muscle - sleep and proper nutrients help re-build the muscle. Yes, sleep is a big deal! At least 8 hours a day. This will helps you to improved weight loss, Balanced hormones, and more!