One of my star coaching clients (you are all stars), confessed that she found herself walking in and out of the kitchen all day long – looking. Opening and closing the cabinets, the fridge, the oven … over and over and over again – all day long … looking, foraging, helping herself to a bite of this and a lick and taste of that.
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Still – wired, overworked or not, we need to sleep. Requirements vary from person to person. According to national sleep studies, most healthy adults need at least 8 hours of sleep to function best. Sleep studies indicate, in addition to the aforementioned ‘bad’ things that can happen to sleep deprived people, those who average less than 5 hours sleep per night are 73% more likely to be obese. Lack of sleep impacts the balance of hormones (ghrelin and leptin) in the body that affect appetite.