Bedroom light at night could increase women's weight

While you may like the white noise of the television as you drift off to sleep, a new study suggest there could be a link between weight gain and the artificial light in your bedroom. Dr. Yong-Moon Mark Park and his team published the findings of a study related to these issues in the JAMA Internal Medicine journal. Specifically, researchers found that artificial light in your bedroom as you're attempting to sleep could bother your sleeping cycles. Moreover, the light could affect "variations of stress hormones and affect other metabolic processes that could cause weight gain. Park's team of researchers used self-reported data from 44,000 women from the age of 35-74.

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