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Have trouble falling asleep at night? Or wake up feeling exhausted? Let's talk about the important link between obesity and sleep and how it impacts your well-being. Check out these tips that can help improve the quality of your sleep and keep your weight balanced.
It’s hard to overstate the importance of sleep. We all know how hard it is to get up in the morning after spending too little time asleep under the warm covers. And how frustrating it can feel to go to bed only to stare at the ceiling for hours, with just your thoughts for company.
A lack of good quality sleep
does not just affect our mood, it can also shift the balance of hormones
in our body. Our hormonal balance plays an important role in managing
and also our weight. This means that getting enough good quality sleep
can make a big difference in addressing obesity.
Whether it’s not getting enough sleep, interruptions during sleep, or
trouble drifting off in the first place, there are plenty of reasons
why people say they worry about their sleep. So, we’ve put together a
list of tips and tricks to help you get the sleep you need
to feel well rested in the morning.
This is just for disease awareness purpose, Please talk to your doctor or HCP if you have any questions and follow their advice.
Talk to your weight management provider about treatment options that could prevent the weight you lose from coming back.