Losing as little as 30 minutes of sleep on weekdays could increase your risk of obesity significantly, as a recent Journal of Health Psychology steady reveals. 522 patients with Type 2 diabetes completed sleep diaries; those who built up weekday sleep debt were 72% more likely to be obese.

Skimming off some decent shut-eye is linked to overeating as kilojoule intake following a poor night of sleep may increase as much as 20%, as you tend to seek out foods rich in carbs and fat – and fewer fruits and vegetables when sleep-deprived.

Restrict your binge watching to the weekends (if you have to indulge), and restrict yourself to an episode of Thrones a day.

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