September 28, 2022


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15 Ways To Lose Fat While You’re Sleeping

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The longer we stay up, the more calories we consume. So, if you are looking for ways to lose fat while sleeping, keep on watching because today’s video is about the 15 ways to lose fat while you’re sleeping! Stay tuned!


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In a nutshell:

The majority of us now pack several mini-meals into our every day, according to studies. A study published in The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease among "mild" insomniacs found that just 1/4 gram—about what you’ll find in a skinless chicken drumstick or three ounces of lean turkey meat—was enough to increase hours of deep sleep significantly. If you’re the type who can’t sleep on an empty stomach, a healthy source of fat like avocado or nut butter can help stave off hunger, while providing restorative properties. Some of the best teas for sleep are chamomile, peppermint, lavender, and valerian, which actually do have some sedative properties.

You know to avoid big meals, coffee, colas, and alcohol before bed, but did you know that it’s best to eat your complex carbohydrates at lunchtime, not with dinner? Serotonin converts to melatonin in your stage 3 REM sleep, and serotonin is sourced from whole-grain complex carbohydrates. So you don’t need to have carbs before bed to sleep, just have them at some point through the day. When you eat a large meal before bed, your body is working to digest it long into the night—and if your body is still worked up, so are you. You want to eat your last meal at least an hour or two before going to bed.

Nighttime fasting—aka closing the kitchen early—may help you lose more weight, even if you eat more food throughout the day, according to a study in the journal Cell Metabolism. Having a protein shake before hitting the sack may boost your metabolism, according to one study. Researchers found that men who consumed an evening snack that included 30 grams of protein had a higher resting metabolic rate the next morning than when eating nothing. Protein is more thermogenic than carbs or fat, meaning your body burns more calories digesting it.

Use vegan protein powder, which will give you the same fat-burning, hunger-squelching, and muscle-building benefits, without the bloating that comes from whey. Striking some poses before bed can have a powerful influence on sleep quality because of yoga’s focus on breathing and meditation. A striking new study published in the journal Diabetes suggests that simply blasting the air conditioner or turning down the heat in winter may help us attack belly fat while we sleep. Colder temperatures subtly enhance the effectiveness of our stores of brown fat—fat keeps you warm by helping you burn through the fat stored in your belly.

After four weeks of sleeping at 66 degrees, the subjects had almost doubled their volumes of brown fat. Exposure to light at night doesn’t just interrupt your chances of a great night’s sleep, it may also result in weight gain according to a new study. Study subjects who slept in the darkest rooms were 21 percent less likely to be obese than those sleeping in the lightest rooms. A study in the Pediatric Obesity journal found that kids who bask in the nighttime glow of a TV or computer don’t get enough rest and suffer from poor lifestyle habits.

Researchers found that students with access to one electronic device were 1. 47 times as likely to be overweight as kids with no devices in the bedroom. A recent analysis of studies published in JAMA found that for every two hours spent watching TV, the risk of developing diabetes, developing heart disease, and early death increased by 20, 15, and 13 percent, respectively.


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