Effects of sleep on muscle building and fat burning:
Lack of sleep causes the body to get tired and our desire to consume sweets increases and over time our desire to eat sugars and carbohydrates will increase.
Another effect of sleep deprivation is an increase in cortisol and a decrease in growth hormone in the body, which causes muscle loss.
When we exercise, our muscles are damaged, and by repairing these injuries, our muscles grow, and the important point is that the most important part of regeneration and recovery occurs in sleep.
Most essential hormones, such as growth hormone, are secreted during sleep, so to have a good body you need to get at least 7 to 8 hours of useful sleep in silence and darkness.
The human body should be at rest from 9 pm onwards and you should be fully asleep from 11 pm to 5 am because the best time to secrete testosterone and growth hormone.