Eid, Shireen Walid
Background and aims: Many factors are reported to interfere with sleep in otherwise healthy adults, including overweight/obesity and related factors (e.g. physical inactivity, disordered eating). Conversely, sleep impairment has been shown to change eating and exercise habits and contribute to weight gain over time. However, most prior relevant studies have been cross-sectional in nature and rarely accounted for potential risk factors. Fewer studies have examined a large pool of potential...[Show more]
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