the proper sleep method to help you lose the weight


Still dreaming about losing weight? Here's how to be slim while falling asleep. Yep, without sweating and effort.
How to slim healthy sleep:

Protein consumption before bedtime

The Florida State University researchers found that men who consumed 30 grams of pre-bedtime beverages, burning higher break energy (how much energy, or calories, were burned by the body at rest) the next morning, compared to those who did not eat nothing before going to bed.

Sleeping in the dark

When in total darkness, the body will produce the hormone melatonin. This hormone not only makes you drowsy but also helps burn calories in the body, according to the Journal of Pineal Research.

Lower the room temperature

Sleeping in the cold can help burn more calories throughout the night. Those who sleep at 19 degrees Celsius, burn seven percent more calories than those who sleep in warmer temperatures, according to a study published in the Journal of Diabetes. The reason, the body must work extra hard to keep the body temperature remains normal. The number of calories burned within 24 hours is more than 100 calories.

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Turn off the electronic device

Research from Manchester University revealed that shortwave blue light coming from electronic devices such as cell phones and tablets, can interfere with the production of the hormone melatonin. As a result, satisfied sleep and metabolism so disturbed. Research in Singapore connects television light exposure to high triglycerides associated with metabolic syndrome and diabetes.

Enough time

The Mayo Clinic recommends that you sleep 7-8 hours a day in order to burn more calories during the day, even if you are not active.

A study published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition says that people who have enough rest, have the body's ability to burn calories at rest (resring energy expenditure) five percent higher than those who sleep less. They also burn 20 percent more calories after eating. Lack of sleep also causes cells less insensitive to insulin and may increase the risk of diabetes.

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