No its not hype, its true. I will explain why.
For weight-loss and that illusive maintenance of weight-loss and for that matter good health in general, we all need good quality sleep every night.
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Recuperative sleep is essential to every aspect of our well-being and weight-loss. After a few nights of disturbed sleep, look at your face in the morning, can’t you just tell. Most adults need 6-8 hours of good quality sound sleep per night. Few people can stay looking good and function optimally with just a few hours on a regular basis, long term.
The research shows that when we don’t get enough good quality sleep – our bodies have a more difficult job maintaining our blood sugar levels. It showed people more often than not choosing the wrong types of foods (sugar and refined carbohydrates) due to this very fact.
Were more likely to use stimulants for energy which made balalancing their blood sugar levels worse.
People who didn’t get regular good quality sleep also moved around less, were generally less active.
Metabolisms seemed to be a little lower. People without enough good quality sleep were more lightly to be rundown, a little depressive, the result comfort eating.
The other interesting thing about being tired, the balance between two hormones leptin which helps us to feel full is lower, and the hormone ghrelin which helps us to feel hungry rises!
All these factors listed above sabotage your weight loss good intentions.
drinking in the evening on a regular basis will initially make you drowsy but later you will get a burst of norepinephrine which is a stimulant, ultimately disturbing sleep.
is also a stimulant which will interfere with our quality of sleep and our hormone levels. It increases our stress hormones. Besides coffee, tea (black or green) contains caffeine, as do many soft drinks (sodas) and some painkillers (read the label).
that raise our blood sugar levels in the evening will interfere with our quality of sleep.
- slimming pills
some so called natural slimming pills have some very powerful, all be it, natural stimulants that can interfere with the quality of your sleep.
- Vitamin B
if you are in the habit of taking vitamins and minerals, don’t take a B complex (vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 etc) late in the day, as the nutrients help the body to produce energy.
do not exercise last thing at night as it will speed up your metabolism. However, exercise during the day will encourage a better night’s sleep.
- herbs that help
Chamomile, Passiflora (passion flower) and valerian capsules follow instructions on the label as to how many to take a day.
if you are having trouble sleeping well and have been taking ginseng, I suggest you stop taking it. It is a short term energizing tonic, some herbs are meant to be taken over a long period of time ginseng is not one of them.
melatonin helps some people.
treatments that work to help you to sleep -Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Aromatherapy Massage or Back and Foot Massage, and Acupuncture.
Most people report sleeping better after making changes in their diet, taking some herbs and having treatments.
There will be an article on ‘what can you do if you can’t afford treatments’?