Sleep and healthy lifestyle

The Perfect Weight Loss Strategy

  • 出版日期:2019/10/15
  • 語言:英文
  • 字數: 10,725
電子書定價:NT$ 220
電子書售價:NT$ 69

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Introduction
Have you ever wondered why you have implemented all the tips and strategies out there for weight loss and still without results? It even gets worse when your friend is getting better results while eating the same kind of meal – vegetables and protein – exercising three times each week and concentrating on weight as well as cardio. You're unable to control your hunger and constantly craves sweet foods without resisting them. Although the problem might be as a result of genetics, there is one factor that is not as popular as other techniques for weight loss but equally as important as other factors like diet and exercise – SLEEP!
It's possible that you're not getting the right amount and quality of sleep, which results in several adverse effects that might frustrate your weight loss efforts. It's impossible to ignore the connection between sleep and weight gain. If you're genuinely interested in losing weight and maintaining the perfect body shape, then it's time you took a second look at the quality of sleep you're having. Obesity is on the increase; it's a worldwide public health issue that's associated with various serious health conditions as well as early mortality.
Results from research work have confirmed that while you've been depriving yourself of the right amount and quality of sleep, your body has cooked up an ideal recipe for weight gain. According to a research that was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, women who are deprived of sleep are a third more likely to add 33 pounds within the next 16 years than others who had just seven hours of sleep each night. There is a significant connection between sleep and diabetes, obesity, heart failure, cognitive failure, and high blood pressure.
Have you tried everything and they seem not to be working? Do you still dream of the day you will have that ideal shape and weight you have always desired? If your answer to these questions is yes, then this is the right book to read. The focus of this paper is to examine the sleep-weight loss connection; the factors that affect sleep negatively, how you can improve the quality of your sleep and other tips that will help you see better results with your weight loss efforts.

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Introduction
Have you ever wondered why you have implemented all the tips and strategies out there for weight loss and still without results? It even gets worse when your friend is getting better results while eating the same kind of meal – vegetables and protein – exercising three times each week and concentrating on weight as well as cardio. You're unable to control your hunger and constantly craves sweet foods without resisting them. Although the problem might be as a result of genetics, there is one factor that is not as popular as other techniques for weight loss but equally as important as other factors like diet and exercise – SLEEP!
It's possible that you're not getting the right amount and quality of sleep, which results in several adverse effects that might frustrate your weight loss efforts. It's impossible to ignore the connection between sleep and weight gain. If you're genuinely interested in losing weight and maintaining the perfect body shape, then it's time you took a second look at the quality of sleep you're having. Obesity is on the increase; it's a worldwide public health issue that's associated with various serious health conditions as well as early mortality.
Results from research work have confirmed that while you've been depriving yourself of the right amount and quality of sleep, your body has cooked up an ideal recipe for weight gain. According to a research that was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, women who are deprived of sleep are a third more likely to add 33 pounds within the next 16 years than others who had just seven hours of sleep each night. There is a significant connection between sleep and diabetes, obesity, heart failure, cognitive failure, and high blood pressure.
Have you tried everything and they seem not to be working? Do you still dream of the day you will have that ideal shape and weight you have always desired? If your answer to these questions is yes, then this is the right book to read. The focus of this paper is to examine the sleep-weight loss connection; the factors that affect sleep negatively, how you can improve the quality of your sleep and other tips that will help you see better results with your weight loss efforts.

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