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Category: Nutrition | Date : March 26, 2015

The dé study is published & eacute; e during the Journ & eacute; e sleep on March 27.

Men & eacute; e aupr & egrave ; s of 49,086 people, it & eacute; t & eacute; r & eacute; alis & eacute; e in the national NutriNet & eacute ;, -Sant program that includes a few thousand of online volunteers to gather information about their diet and health & eacute;.

Short sleepers were more likely to ob & eacute; sit & eacute;.

According to its r & eacute; results, Fran & ccedil ; ais 6:48 sleep an average day, and a third of them sleeping less than 6 hours.

Of those who sleep little, we mainly includes active and young adults.

Now & quot; sleep usually less than 6 hours per 24 hours, is to risk a risk of ob & eacute; sit & eacute ;, cardiovascular disease, accident, d & eacute; pressure & quot ;, says Professor Damien L & eacute; ger pr & eacute; President of INSV.

Prof. Serge Hercberg, nutrition professor and coordinator of the dé study NutriNet -Sant & eacute; we explain the links between overweight and sleep disorders.

Short sleepers have also in their more ob & egrave rank; its as other.

A short sleep time increases the risk of serious overweight 34% for women 50 % for men.

The ob & eacute; sit & eacute; increases the risk of sleep disorders.

More than a direct cause and effect, the survey & ecirc ; especially shows you a ph & eacute; name & egrave ; no vicious circle.

Because insomnia is also more dé lev & eacute; e in people ob & eacute; & eacute ;, sit especially among women.

The risk of excessive sleepiness s & eacute; v & egrave ; re and AFN & eacute; e sleep are more pr & eacute; SENTS.

Sleep quality & eacute; and healthy food often go together.

Food plays an r & OCIRC ; the important on quality & eacute; sleep.

The dé study of INVS and MGEN shows that insomniacs men consume less fruit and dé vegetables and red meat, and a too large quantity & eacute; caf & eacute;.

These d & eacute; r & egrave ; regulations disrupt systems & egrave ; my hormonal and behavioral.

R & eacute; Result : nibble between meals, especially at night when left & eacute; & eacute ;, awake and you feel the urge to Eng & eacute; rer food sucr & eacute; s.

Because with fatigue, the brain will be more attracted & eacute; by carbohydrates, considered & eacute; r & eacute; s more like & eacute; nerg & eacute; ticks.

Interactions between sleep and nutrition are complex.

The accumulated tiredness é e and dietary changes are accompanied by a trend r & eacute; reduce its activity & eacute; physical, which in m & ecirc ; diminishes me the m & eacute; metabolism and increases the storage of calories absorbed & eacute; es.

Two major types of m & eacute; mechanisms, hormonal and behavioral, would thus Involved & eacute; s in the sleep / wake rhythm and m & eacute; metabolism and in a vicious circle that sleeps less, more hunger grows, so moves less, sleeps text, etc.

Learn all about the links between sleep and diet, you r & eacute; reconcile with your pillow and your balance, dé cover our file & quot; Sleep and power & quot ;.

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Category: Science | Date : March 26, 2015

& quot; We dé cid & eacute; proc & eacute; der ind é analysis, pending, without bias, the m & eacute; drugs in France, their dé development, their dé evaluation, their good and their bad use. & quot ; Thus four & quot; Patterns & quot; m & eacute; medicine, aid & eacute; s with 28 other sp & eacute; ists explain, in a book published * & eacute; Thursday, wanting r & eacute; establish LA v & eacute; rit & eacute; an area that is much written.

Professors Jean – Fran & ccedil ; ois Bergmann, Fran & ccedil ; ois Chast, Andr & eacute; Grimaldi and Claire Le Jeunne pr & eacute; cisent the opportunity that the subject is too vast to & ecirc ; ma & be icirc ; tris & eacute; by one man or two, making r & eacute; f & eacute; rence other works r & eacute; recently published & eacute; s..

One of their goals is to restore the confidence of patients.

For this, we must not h & eacute; siter introduce topics f & acirc ; Chent.

For example r & eacute; r & lay a question eacute; currente : industrial – they invent new diseases to find dé bouch & eacute; s ? Their & quot; g & eacute; denies inventive & quot; is underlined & eacute; by the authors, explaining that when the market & eacute; is too small, there is a temptation of dé broaden & quot; Various fa & ccedil ; ons, more or less artificial & quot;.

They dé crivent : from symptoms & OCIRC ; my non sp & eacute; cific, we can cr & eacute; er disease.

Using conf & eacute; consensus ences, expert groups, incentives, more or less deaf, we invent a concept that becomes a disease corresponding m & eacute; dicament.

Collusion between industry and some sp & eacute; ists leaders.

There & quot; dissatisfaction f & eacute; minine & quot; who & eacute; t & eacute; dé written upstream of the placing on the market & eacute; – Am dé Rican – testost of patches & eacute ; rone to try and am dé improve.

The & quot; Prostatism & quot; matches the symptoms & OCIRC and my urinary felt in patients with an ad & eacute; nome of the prostate, but this time reached the men who do not have ad & eacute; nome ! Imm & eacute; ately, anyone who has a little trouble urinating is concerned & eacute; and symptoms & OCIRC vague is treated me & eacute; as if c ‘& eacute; was a disease.

& quot; We can also artificially increase the en & eacute; frequency of pathology & quot ;, the authors added, citing the so-called & quot disease Restless Legs & quot;.

This condition, considered & eacute; r & eacute; e as exceptional, manifested by & quot; Tr & eacute; mulations & quot; permanent members inf & eacute; EXTERIORFEATURES, especially at night, which is extr & ecirc ; g & ecirc armament ; ing.

D & egrave ; s that m & eacute; drugs have & eacute; t & eacute; developed the dé finishing the disease has become blurred, and multiplying by one hundred the number of b & eacute; n & eacute; potential beneficiaries of these treatments.

Finally, dé broaden the market & eacute ;, it is possible to lower the threshold d & eacute ; finishing diseases.

The authors’ conclusion is clear: & quot; In all cases, there is a collusion between industry and some sp & eacute; ists leaders who like to increase their activity & eacute; increasing en & eacute; frequency of diseases they support. & quot ; In short, responsibility & eacute; s are shared & eacute; es.

As for the patients, they are not dé spared & eacute; s, because they always require more m & eacute; drugs and mol & eacute; r & eacute most particles ; Centes.

But too often, they do not correctly follow the prescribed treatments.

Content) // ]] & gt; * & Quot; The V & eacute; rit & eacute; your m & eacute; drugs & quot ;, Editions Odile Jacob, 590 pages, 23.90 euros.