Health Briefs Presents Eye-Opening Segment on Sleep and Junk Food

Sleep-deprived adults can cut cravings for salty and fatty foods by more than half if they hit the sack earlier.

Coral Springs, FL, August 14, 2014 --( Health Briefs is pleased to present an informative segment on the effects of sleep deprivation and its connection to junk food. Studies prove that sleep deprivation causes more than just exhaustion at work. An adult that does not get a good night’s sleep can make bad financial decisions, and bad nutritional choices. A recent study shows that adults who got an extra 96 minutes of sleep per night cut their cravings by more than 60% and cut overall appetites by fourteen percent. It will also review simple steps viewers can take to get needed rest. The award-winning program will air later this year on most cable television networks.

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