The recent spike in overweight and obesity prevalence is associated with a simultaneous decline in sleep time. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Sleep Foundation polls, Americans are sleeping less than seven hours per night, down from the more than eight hours reported just 50 years ago.1 The number of adults sleeping less than six hours per night is between 30 percent and 40 percent, according to several recent reports.
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“Among the well-known consequences of a disrupted circadian function are altered metabolism and even life span, which may be all adversely affected when the circadian time-keeping system is altered.”—Marta Garaulet Aza, PhD”
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