Can you imagine "Sleep more weigh less" ???
Yeah you heard it right!
When we don’t get enough sleep, the leptin/ghrelin balance is shifted, with a drop in leptin and an increase in ghrelin. Essentially, with sleep loss, our bodies have more hormone that tells us to eat, and less hormone that tells us to stop.
Another key benefit to sleeping more is that it will give you more energy, and an ability to exercise or workout. We know that healthy diet (a big late-night snack might seem good, but meals should be taken two to three hours before you go to sleep to give your body time to digest) and exercise (also help you fall asleep faster and restful) is a key to weight loss, but if you add a full night of sleep in the combination, you’ll reap the benefits even more.
The average sleep for most people are eight to ten hours.