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Obviously, losing zzz's will make you tired the next day. But a new study says sleeplessness can seriously wreak havor on your waistline too.

The Strange Way Lack of Sleep Could Be Making You Gain Weight

If you've ever spent nights tossing and turning to only head into the office on a just a few less-than-stellar hours of sleep, you're not alone. In fact, one-third of the country isn't getting enough sleep, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. And while lack of sleep can lead to a slew of health issues , a new study has found another weight-related side effect of not snoozing enough.
The Strange Way Lack of Sleep Could Be Making You Gain Weight

Lack of sleep, it turns out, has an effect on your brain similar to that of smoking marijuana, according to new research from the University of Chicago published in the journal Sleep. The study authors intensively reviewed various, controlled eating habits of 14 20-something-year-old men and women, and found that those who got a few nights of poor sleep ate an average of 300-plus calories more per day than those who slept well. Specifically, those subjects who were under-rested found themselves craving sugary, processed, high-calorie snacks—just like that same bag of chips or candy bar you eyed last time you smoked a joint. And just like a case of the munchies, cravings persisted even after subjects reported feeling full. 
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