We’ve all been there. Reaching out for the packet of chips or a greasy samosa the moment life gets too stressful. For many of us, food is a stress buster, with fattening and greasy comfort food being on top of the list. There is nothing wrong with reaching for food in times of stress per se. Stress is known to spike one’s appetite, making the chips haul quite an understandable thing. What is wrong is the type of food we reach out to in times of stress.
When it comes to sleep, both quality and quantity count. Insufficient or poor-quality sleep can go beyond becoming an inconvenience to actually causing wide-ranging health problems. Though we are advised to get at least 7-8 hours of sleep a night, most of us can’t seem to reach our goal