12 Ways To Burn Fat And Lose Weight While You Are Sleeping

12 Ways To Burn Fat And Lose Weight While You Are Sleeping

Burning fat can be one of the most difficult
and challenging tasks. You can try lots of things like exercising,
strict dieting or yoga, basically any proven method that can help you shed those pounds. We wonder though, could something as simple
as a good night’s rest be the key to losing weight? The answer is yes! Implementing simple habits during the day
can actually help you lose weight when you are sleeping and in today’s video we will
tell you how you can burn more fat while you are sleeping. So keep watching till the end. Eat Citrus Fruits: Citrus fruits contain the
fat-burning nutrients fiber and vitamin C. Vitamin C stimulates your body’s fat-burning
capability found in the carnitine amino acid. Vitamin C also plays a role in your body’s
fat processing capability. This nutrient speeds the process up by diluting
the fat and then eliminating it from your body. Eating a variety of fiber and vitamin C-rich
citrus fruits can increase your metabolism and help you burn fat. Citrus fruits include grapefruit, guava, lemons,
limes, oranges, tangerines, papaya and tomatoes. Drinking juice made from these fruits can
also help to burn fat. Stand Up More: Something as simple as standing
up more during the day can help you burn more fat when you are sleeping at night. A recent study found that standing and sitting
more frequently can lead to relatively fast, and low effort weight loss. In particular, they found that standing versus
sitting for six hours a day would help a ten stone person burn an extra 54 calories a day. That may not sound too much but if you add
it up over the course of a year, and that’s equal to nearly half a stone. Previous studies have also shown that standing
burns about nine additional calories per hour compared to sitting. Although you should not rely on standing alone
to shed pounds. Sleep in a Dark Room: This is something that
may surprise you but research has proven otherwise. A recent study published revealed that melatonin,
which is the hormone that makes you feel sleepy, is also responsible for increasing brown fat
production. Brown fat burns more calories than white fat. Your body produces more melatonin when you
sleep in a very dark room so that you can create the right type of fat for optimal fat
burning and weight loss. Drink More Water: This is a very effective
little trick. It works both psychologically and physiologically. 50 percent of the time when you think you
are hungry, you’re actually just thirsty so instead of reaching for a bag of chips,
drink a glass of water first and wait 10 minutes. Chances are, your hunger will pass. By drinking water, you are also less likely
to drink sugary drinks or alcohol, which automatically reduces your calorie intake. Drinking water before a meal helps to reduce
the chance of overeating because water fills you up on empty calories. One study of overweight adults found that
those who drank two glasses of water before their meals lost 44 per cent more weight than
those who didn’t. Physiologically speaking, drinking water also
helps to speed up your metabolism. Studies have shown that drinking two glasses
of water increases your resting metabolism by 10–30 per cent for about an hour. So you burn more calories when you are sleeping. Sleep in a cool Room: This may sound a little
weird but sleeping in cooler temperatures can help you burn more calories and lose weight
overnight. According to a study, people who slept in
rooms cooled to 66 degrees for a month increased the amount of calorie-burning brown fat in
their bodies by 42 percent. Not just that, their ability to metabolize
fat also jumped by 10 percent. Even better, their insulin sensitivity improved,
potentially lowering their risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Researchers had previously found that metabolic
signaling between your skeletal muscle and brown-fat tissue in the cold may make your
body work harder to reach its optimal core temperature. Cut back on Alcohol: At night, your body burns
the most calories during REM sleep. But if you drink too much alcohol, too close
to bedtime, your body will focus on metabolizing the alcohol and prevent you from spending
as much time in the sleep state of REM. And that’s just part of the problem. Your brain would rather burn carbohydrates,
just like the rest of your body, and alcohol is basically made from fermented sugars. So, what happens to those alcohol sugars in
your body? They tie up your liver, which now has to detoxify
the alcohol, and stops the body from converting the fat cells to ketones, which is an interference
in your body’s fat burning process. Plus, when the alcohol breaks down, its byproducts
are high in calories. So, a glass of wine with dinner is ok, but
you should stop drinking a lot, a few hours before bedtime. Eat Small Dinners: Similar to drinking alcohol,
if you eat a big meal in the evening, your body will work to metabolize it instead of
detoxing and recharging. This becomes especially problematic if you’re
loading up on carbs. Eating carbohydrates can elevate your blood
sugar levels. Your body secretes insulin to take the sugar
you just ate and shuttle it to your cells for use. If you aren’t using that energy, like when
you go straight to bed, you will store those calories as fat. The rise of insulin also creates a whole cascade
of events increasing blood sugars, promoting fat storage, and preventing fat breakdown,
and it interferes with your circadian rhythm for proper sleep. Instead of a hard cutoff for eating at night,
swap carbs for fiber filled, plant based foods that will assist with your digestive process
rather than give your body more work when it’s preparing to turn off for sleep. Drink a Casein Shake: While proteins such
as whey are perfect for a post workout boost, their rapid-absorbing nature means they’re
not as effective before you hit the hay. Instead, choose casein protein if you want
to boost your overnight fat burning. Casein is a gradually digested protein that
can take your body around six to eight hours to break down. This means your metabolism will be kept active
throughout the night, and you’ll wake up feeling energized instead of starving. Casein’s fat burning credentials were confirmed
in a study, which discovered a boost in overnight metabolic rate following consumption of the
protein. Similarly, another study found that casein
enhances overnight protein synthesis, which helps to repair and strengthen muscles. When you consider that every extra pound of
muscle burns 30-35 calories every day, this is an added bonus of this super-protein that
should not be ignored. Eat Cottage Cheese Before Bed: Eating food
before bed is often seen as taboo when it comes to dieting, but this is actually dependent
on what kind of food you choose. Avoiding food completely before sleeping can
actually have the opposite effect, because if you wake up feeling hungry, you are far
more likely to binge on food at breakfast. A small snack of cottage cheese before bed
is a great choice as it is rich in -yep, you guessed it – casein protein. As an added bonus cottage cheese contains
the amino acid tryptophan. A study published found that tryptophan improves
quality of sleep, and reduces the amount of time it takes to fall asleep. This means cottage cheese will keep hunger
at bay throughout the night, and ensure you sleep for a decent amount of time. Do Resistance Training: Whie sleep alone is
great for encouraging weight loss, there are some exercises you can do before bed that
will help the process along. One of the best approaches is some pre-slumber
resistance training. Burning fat is all about boosting your metabolism,
and resistance training is great for this. In fact, according to a study, subjects who
performed resistance exercises enjoyed a higher resting metabolic rate for an average of 16
hours following their workout. This resistance training session doesn’t
need to be excessive. A simple weight lifting routine will suffice,
even if it doesn’t push you to the limit and leave you breathless. It’s well worth following this up with a
casein shake; as mentioned earlier this will ensure consistent muscle recovery throughout
the night while you sleep. Drink Green Tea: The flavonoids found in green
tea can boost your metabolism, and if it’s your third cup of the day, you’ll burn 3.5
percent more calories overnight, according to studies. Don’t worry about caffeine content. Green tea will not keep you up all night. Get rid of Electronic Devices completely before
sleeping: Don’t scroll through your Facebook feed before you drift off to dreamland if
you want to lose weight overnight. Studies show that nighttime exposure to blue
light, which is emitted by smartphones, tablets, and even energy-efficient LED’s, disrupts
the production of the hormone melatonin and that could slow down your metabolism. Researchers found that blue-light exposure
can suppress melatonin production for twice as long as natural light and shift the body’s
circadian rhythms by twice as much. Another study found that being exposed to
blue light at night increases hunger and insulin resistance which can result in weight gain,
increased body fat and a greater risk of diabetes. How many of the mentioned habits do you have
currently? Has it helped you burn fat? Let us know in the comments section below!

40 thoughts on “12 Ways To Burn Fat And Lose Weight While You Are Sleeping

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  2. How many of the mentioned habits do you have currently? Has it helped you burn fat? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I canโ€™t sleep in dark room ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐ŸŒš but am trying the other steps ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ™Œ

  4. Just eat a whole food plant based diet and youโ€™ll lose weight. Meat causes diabetes and dairy causes all types of autoimmune diseases such as osteoporosis.

  5. Overview :
    1. Eat citrus fruits
    2. Stand up more
    3. Sleep in a dark room
    4. Drink more water
    5. Sleep in a cool room
    6. Cut back on alcohol
    7. Eat small dinners
    8. Drink casein shake
    9. Eat cottage cheese before bed
    10. Resistance training
    11. Green tea
    12. Stay away from blue light devices at night

  6. I can't sleep in a dark room because I have a led night light that I
    can't unplugged. Since it is fixed directly to my one outlet. The only
    time that light goes off is in the daytime. And this nightlight lasts
    for at least a decade or so.

    I won't eat cottage cheese because personally it tastes really
    Just like I really hate the taste of plain water. So I won't drink that.
    Nor do I drink alcohol. Since I really hate alcohol drinks.

    I can't do resistance training since some of them I can't do because of
    my disabilities. And the ones I can do I don't have the right equipment I
    need to do them. I can't do weight lifting when I have no weights to do
    it. I need to go to a gym to do that. And I am not a member of any gym.

    I often do eat small dinners at nights. But that doesn't help for me.
    Just like eating citrus fruits doesn't help. As well as green tea all of
    the time and doesn't help either. It also doesn't help for my mother.
    And she needs to lose weight as well.

    And I can't sleep in a cool room. Since I live with my mother and step
    father and they want their bedrooms nice and warm at nights. Which means
    my bedroom is also of course warm too at nights. And believe me I would
    so love to have my room cool at night. But because of the 2 people I
    live with. It is totally out of the question.

  7. Vit C blocks sugar. Citrus after eating fat may release bile which causes a bowel movement which may help with weight. What is a stone compared to pounds? No gluten may help a person be normal weight.

  8. Im unsubscribing ! The music is very loud & unsuitable to the topic. Also narrator's voice is barley heard!! I been many years loyal follower to this channel, put comments on how loud is that music NO ONE TO READ YOUR GUYS' FOLLOWERS OPINIONS on how to make it better๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘†๐Ÿ‘ˆ

  9. Sleep in a cool room, not possible, I have no air conditioning and only a fan, it gets warm in the summer and it affects my sleep.

  10. who is watching this video before sleep ops i just exposed to blue light from my phone bcz i watched this video before sleep

  11. Lol.. i'm viewing this @1:20am and #12 hit me hard๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿคญ.. now i know why i have insulin resistance๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‚

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