Study links later bedtimes to increased body mass index

A study in the October issue of the journal SLEEP shows that later average bedtime during the workweek from adolescence to adulthood was associated with an increase in body mass index over time. According to the authors, the results highlight adolescent bedtimes as a potential target for weight management.

Read the study in SLEEP: Evidence for a Possible Link between Bedtime and Change in Body Mass Index

Read the press release: Later bedtimes may lead to an increase in body mass index over time

2015-10-01T00:00:00+00:00October 1st, 2015|Research|