Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Sleep Min 9 hours Can Against Fat Causing genes

For people who do have a fat-causing genes, diet and exercise alone are sometimes not successful weight control. Adequate rest is also required, not just 7 hours per day but at least 9 hours each day.
A study of 1088 pairs of twins showed that the longer the time spent sleeping is the influence of genetic factors on body weight dwindle. This means that although a fat gene, the body can still be thin enough from his sleep.

But sleep is said to be quite a bit different than suggested so far is 7 -8 hours a day. According to this research, sleep time is considered sufficient to counter the influence of fat-causing gene is at least 9 hours a day.
The research was conducted by experts from the University of Washington, involving 1088 pairs of twins are considered to have high genetic similarity. The results of this study have been published in the journal Sleep, published recently.

Previously, various studies have shown that several genes in the human body greatly affect weight. These genes affect energy metabolism, the process of stockpiling and burning fat into energy and hunger signal settings.
"The results of this study indicate that short sleep time to make stronger environmental influences on the expression of genes associated with obesity," said Dr. Nathaniel Watson who led the study, as quoted by the Telegraph.

Recognizing that the results of this study is still too early to conclude, Dr. Watson believes that adequate rest will greatly affect the success of the diet.

Getting plenty of sleep, the influence of genes that cause fat diet becomes increasingly less effective.