Insomnia and Obesity
Have you realized recently that due to lack of exercise and weight gain, your sleeping routine has freaking went haywire? Have you realized that you wake up at night, unable to fall back asleep?
Well, the reason behind this generally unknown phenomenon is actually a bodily reaction to the lack of energy usage. Yes, just like your body will begin making you feel sick, weary and in pain when you don't eat, over-eating and not using enough of the energy from your body during any given day will drastically afflict your ability to get a good-night's sleep.
Now, you might be thinking that this is all because of excessive weight on the lungs, and extra thermal insulation of body heat. This is partially right, but just imagine eating a few spoons of sugar as a very skinny man/woman and trying to go to sleep. Everyone will see that this is quite literally impossible (too much positive caloric input).
Scientist have recently experimented using white lab mice and sugar cubes in a lab outside of Ontario, Canada. The results showed that as sugar (very high energy product) intake is increased, sleep decreases ( a reaction which is triggered when the calorie intake is far larger than the daily output).
This can lead to a very deadly situation where the food you eat digests slowly, meaning you absorb more energy and your metabolism keeps getting slower (you just keep getting fatter and fatter).
In the end your brain won’t work properly due to lack of sleep, your body will be in a miserable purgatory as it won’t be able to get skinnier, and you would eventually die due to your brain's inability to take a rest (major fatigue).
The solution is to simply start using more and more calories. The more energy you kill during the day (no matter how painful) , the better your quality of sleep will be, the longer you will live, and eventually, the skinnier you will become.
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