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Lack of sleep causes wrinkles, makes you cranky at work & now it's been proven to make you fat too! #health #fitness

Lack of sleep causes wrinkles, makes you cranky at work & now it's been proven to make you fat too! #health #fitness

Sleep disorders and overeating appear to be linked, according to a recent investigation conducted by the French National Institute of Sleep and Vigilance (INVS) and French health insurer MGEN. Their research indicates an increased risk of being overweight or obese among individuals who fail to get enough sleep. Image: AFP RELAXNEWS Published ahead of France's National Sleep Day, March 27, the study includes data on 49,086 individuals and was carried out as part of the national NutriNet-Santé program, which collects health and nutrition data from volunteers online. According to the results, the average French person sleeps six hours and 48 minutes per night, and one in three Frenchmen reported sleeping less than six hours. The majority of these light sleepers are working adults (61.2 percent) and young adults (30 percent). But "sleeping less than six hours in a 24 hour peri...

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