6. A Good Night’s Sleep
Research reveals that slim and skinny women tend to sleep two more hours each week as opposed to obese and overweight individuals. Researchers believe that a lack of sufficient sleep can reduce the levels of leptin, a hormone that suppresses our appetite and increases the levels of ghrelin, a hormone that increases our appetite.
All you need to do is sleep 17 more minutes in one day in order to achieve two extra hours of sleep each week, which is easy to achieve even if you have a very hectic schedule. The trick is to start slow and change your habits to make sure you achieve at least eight hours of sleep each night, which is the healthy amount of sleep needed by all adults.
A recent study revealed that examined the lifestyle of over 5000 individuals who cut down more than 30 pounds and kept it off revealed that 78% of the successful weight loss dieters who ate breakfast tend to sleep much sounder and longer, which helped them manage and reduce their weight much easily.
7. They Move Around A Lot
A research revealed that slim and fit women tend to spend at least an average 2 ½ hours of their day walking around, which aids them in burning off more than 33 pounds each year. There is an abundance of research that reveals that most people end up exaggerating their activeness because the truth is, majority of the people spend more than 20 hours of their day while sitting.
Wearing a pedometer can help you get an accurate estimate of how many of the recommended 10,000 steps you’ve actually taken in one day. You must carve out at least 30 minutes of your day to perform gruellingly exhausting exercise, along with adopting other healthy habits to increase your daily exertion, for instance pouring out greater strength while mopping and ditching the elevator for the stairs.