"That sleeping too little can lead to both increased craving for sweets, and decreased insulin sensitivity, by extension, risk factors for both diabetes and cardiovascular. According to a study from the University of Colorado Boulder is not enough "
"the Brain tries to make up for lost sleep by increasing the time in deep sleep and by sleeping longer when it is possible. But previous research has not shown how much you have time to recover during a weekend after a week of sleep deprivation."
"In the study from the University of Colorado Boulder, the subjects were only sleeping five hours per day. On the basis of sömnbristen to the subjects more, particularly of sweets."
"Some of them got after five hours sleep in two days, they decreased as consumption of sweets. But when their sleep was restricted again, they began to eat more again."
"The people who got the chance to sleep out in addition to a reduced insulin sensitivity, even worse than those who only got to sleep for five hours during the entire test period."
"– Previously they have just researched on what happens after a weekend of sömnåterhämtning. The interesting thing is that this has tested to see how it will be when it returns to the sleep deprivation again. It has not been done before, " says Torbjörn Åkerstedt, sömnforskare and professor at the stress research institute at Stockholm university."
"Torbjörn Åkerstedt says that longer studies are required to find out how much time is needed for recovery after a period of poor sleep."