British colleagues in London "kings college" used phrases such as "it makes the appetite low, it hinders the feeling of satiation".
The study shows that the chances of being obese and having type 2 diabetes increased for people who sleep less than 7 hours.
Experts say that less sleep affects the appetite hormones and prevents the feeling of fullness.
It is expressed that the stress hormones secreted by people who are awake at night affect the next day's blood sugar. In those people, blood sugar falls below normal.
The blood sugar of these people who want to eat sweet things suddenly rises. People with insomnia have seen blood sugar ratios as high as diabetic patients.
Doctors say a lowly-sleeping person consumes 20 percent more food than normal. These calories accumulate in the body, leading to weight gain. You need to sleep well for a couple of nights in order to improve your hormone balance.
Doctors who emphasize the importance of sleep for the development of children, doctors say that people who sleep less and less due to technology and the internet are obese.