You’re not logging adequate z’s: Skimping on sleep can make we put on pounds. “Research shows that nap damage reduces leptin and increases ghrelin levels,” says Dr. Aronne. How most nap is enough? Per Stanford University research, people who slept 5 hours a night saw their craving hormones go haywire, compared with folks who slept eight.
You’re over frazzled: When your mind is in ongoing panic mode, it craves fat-or sugar-filled foods. You would have indispensable them behind in caveman times to feed after, say, fighting off furious animals, explains Dr. Peeke. Alas, today’s pressures tend to siphon your romantic rather than earthy energy—so when we gloss off a box of doughnut holes, a food only turns to fat.
You’re holding certain meds: Some SSRI antidepressants have been related to weight gain. Same goes for a migraine meds Depakote and Depakene, as good as certain sleeping pills and blood vigour drugs, says Dr. Lazarus, who is also secretary of a Obesity Medicine Association. If we notice increasing craving or weight gain, tell your doc. She might be means to allot an alternative.