Numerous studies show that if you give people the same diet and make the follow exactly the identical exercise regime, the individuals who are sleep-deprived (sleeping 5.5 hours or less a day) lose about 55% less body fat in comparison to the people who sleep at least 8 hours every day. Imagine this – you can actually burn more fat just by sleeping more. How is that possible at all? Keep reading to find out.
There are at least three factors that facilitate the fat burning process in good sleepers.
First of all, it’s recognized that you produce the best quantity of human growth hormone at night, but only if you’re asleep (and moreover, primarily if you are asleep between 10am and 2am!) . This hormone, notorious for its antianging function, not only can help you build muscle tissue but it also protects your muscles. And, as might have already heard, the more muscle the body carries, the more fat it burns.
Secondly, once you are sleep-deprived (and applies especially if you are alert between 10pm and 2am), your body produces excess amounts of cortisol, at the wrong time. To put it differently, cortisol sets off the breakdown of your proteins and their subsequent conversion to fat. So you really need to be sleeping through the night to avoid excess cortisol production at the wrong moment. (NB: You need cortisol, obviously, but early in the morning so that you can have energy to move around).
Melatonin is another hormone, and it virtually raises your brown adipose tissue (i.e. good fat) which works similar to your muscle tissue since it burns white adipose tissue (i.e. bad fat). Additionally, melatonin has been recognized as a powerful anti inflammatory and anti-inflammatory agent. However, you can only produce it at night and just if you’re asleep!
So if you want to look good and feel good, hop in bed early and treat yourself to a sound sleep. Stay up late and you’ll gradually become a fat ball. Let Bexar County Wildlife Removal handle the wildlife, you need all the workout time you can get.