PUT CRAVINGS TO BED
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.