New research has shown that lack of sleep is related to cravings for junk food the next day. Photo: Alamy

Craving burgers, chips and snacks? Could be you didn’t sleep enough

  • Only one night without sleep can change people’s brain activity and cause them to eat more sweet and processed food, new research reveals
  • But hormones may have little to do with it, as previously suggested
Topic |   Health and wellness

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New research has shown that lack of sleep is related to cravings for junk food the next day. Photo: Alamy
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