Background Evidence suggests that short sleep duration may be a newly identified modifiable risk factor for obesity, yet there is a paucity of studies to investigate this. Objective We assessed the feasibility of a personalized sleep extension protocol in adults aged...
Short sleep duration (⩽5–6 h/night) has been associated with an increased risk of weight gain (1,2) and non-communicable disease (3). Recently, through a systematic review and meta-analysis, we identified that short sleep duration may induce positive energy balance...
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