The 5 Surprising Triggers of Weight Gain

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Sleep Deprivation - Staying up at late nights and not getting enough sleep is one of the main reasons why your weight could be increasing despite your efforts for reducing it.

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Sleep Deprivation - Staying up at late nights and not getting enough sleep is one of the main reasons why your weight could be increasing despite your efforts for reducing it. Naturally, if you're up in late hours of the night, you might feel like having one or two snacks to keep yourself awake or maybe just to curb that unexpected midnight hunger attack.

In any case, staying up late at night leaves chemical changes in your body which could lead to a high metabolism making you feel hungry on a more frequent level than usual. Not to mention the amount of calories that you carelessly chew away during these hunger sessions.

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Fri, Nov 30, 2012 9:54 AM EST

Written By Mandy Seay For QuickEasyFit

Weight gain is becoming more and more of an irresolvable issue for Americans these days. People constantly complain about not being able to lose weight even though they're following they're strict diet regimes or the instructions provided to them by their professional and personal trainers.

The reasons are simple yet hidden, surrounding us in our everyday life. At work, home, school etc. What you need to do is have close look at these factors and determine from where all your weight gain is coming from and how it's affecting your daily chores.

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