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If you tend to crave unhealthy foods, like cookies or deep-dish pizza, the day after a late night, you’re not the only one: Too little sleep leads to 50-percent higher carb cravings, according to a new study from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey. And the more tired you feel, the stronger those cravings are because your body is literally trying to get more energy. Stay jazzed all day and kick cravings in the face by getting about seven hours of sleep a night, which research suggests is the ideal amount to feel recharged in the morning.
Everything you need to greet the season with a body built for your teeniest bikini
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