Lack of sleep does alter fat metabolism

Lack of sleep can be harmful as it can make participants feel less full after eating and metabolize the fat in food differently, says a study, adding to the mounting evidence that how harmful lack of sleep can be.

The study, published in the Journal of Lipid Research, by Pennsylvania State University found that sleep disruption has been known to behave harmful effects on metabolism for some time.

Orfeu Buxton, a professor at Penn State, added that long-term sleep restriction puts people at a higher risk of obesity and diabetes.

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