Women's Health Australia - - DISCUSS -

Can’t get through an evening without ol’ mate Häa­gen-dazs? Dodgy Zs could be the cul­prit. Two-thirds of peo­ple re­ported more junk food crav­ings on a lack of sleep. Sci­en­tists also saw a link be­tween these han­ker­ings and night-time snack­ing, as well as obe­sity and di­a­betes. Sorry to go all Deb­bie Downer on you, but there’s hope in the form of mind­ful­ness. Not only can the M-word help you sleep, a new pa­per in Clin­i­cal Psy­chol­ogy Re­view found the prac­tice may curb crav­ings.

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