border="0" alt="Image and video hosting by TinyPic" align="right" hspace="10">10. Sleep. Aim for those essential eight hours every night. Less than seven repeatedly and your body senses stress, and wrongly anticipates an upcoming famine. To protect itself, your body decreases metabolism, stores fat in energy reserves and increases appetite. Get in bed an hour before you want to fall asleep about the same time each night. Put in a mouth guard or retainer. Read a fiction book by soft light. No computer, no TV, the light hypes us up. You'll find your sleep quality increases. Your body will welcome a steady rise and rest routine, reducing stress equals releasing stress pounds and cravings.
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