How Does Sleep Affect Cravings?

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Ghrelin is a hormone that tells your brain, “I'm hungry.” Just one night of bad sleep can send ghrelin through the roof, leading you to feel more hungry. With food readily available in Western societies, this disruption of leptin and the spike of ghrelin is a recipe for overeating and weight gain.

Just one night of bad sleep and poor sleep quality can also send ghrelin through the roof, leading to hunger and cravings for sugar and carbs and making you feel more hungry, even after you just ate (you never feel full).

This disruption of ghrelin can wreck your best efforts when it comes to losing weight and burning off stubborn belly fat. In short, lack of sleep, or poor quality sleep, is a recipe for overeating and weight gain. That's why I suggest everyone take LynFit Lean Sleep and/or LynFit Stress Relief Gummies, even if you think your sleeping is okay.

Take the LynFit Sleep Leaner Challenge and see for yourself. For 30 days, STOP taking any and all other sleep aids (they slow your metabolic rate) and swap them out for Lean Sleep + Stress Gummies. See what improving sleep quality can do for you.

If you don't think your sleep is affecting your metabolism, you may be surprised after 30 days of better sleep!

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  • Lisa Lynn