Burn Calories while Sleeping

Burn Calories while Sleeping

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Many people have tried almost everything to lose weight.  In fact you can burn fat even while you sleep.

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How your body naturally burns fat and calories after a meal however during the day.

Burn calories while sleeping.

Burn Calories while Sleeping
Calories are a way of keeping track of the body's energy budget. A healthy balance occurs when you put in about as much energy as you lose.

If you consistently put more energy into your bodies than you burn, the excess will gradually be stored as fat in your cells, and we'll gain weight.

The time period  between your meals may be too short to burn in the fat this is because your body first burns carbohydrates as a direct source of energy.

When you sleep you are not moving so much so that our bodies use carbohydrates for energy.

The first thing you can  do to ensure that you're burning the maximum amount  of calories while you're sleeping  is get enough sleep to begin with.

The most common recommendation is to  try  to get eight hours of  sleep. While you sleep however the rate of burning calories is very low.

People who are 125 pounds will burn 19 calories every  30 minutes of sleep. Those who weigh 155 pounds tend to burn around 23 calories and those who are 185 pounds burned 28 calories.

You might be wondering if it's possible to just sleep your way to your goal weight. 

Although it might seem  impressive to burn  19 to 20 eight calories  every 30 minutes while asleep.

This  is your body's fat burning rate at  its lowest. Even during sedentary activities like sitting on  a chair burns around 42 calories.

In 30 minutes while  jogging or doing other forms of  exercise is what you earn during a full eight hours  of  sleep.

Burning calories is how you lose fat while  your  body doesn't really stop burning calories, vigorous activity will elevate your rate  and help you lose fat faster. 

That said it can be possible to boost your basal metabolic rate (BMR) and increase the calories you burn while sleeping.
Burn Calories while Sleeping
Lying down isn't a logical way to burn calories  to help  you lose fat but  the rate of calories burned during sleep means rest is  also helpful with your health the  way to lose fat is  to burn more calories than  you consume.

Everyone has a  unique basal metabolic rate  and burns calories at different rates  if you increase your muscle mass you can elevate your BMR by up  to..,

...,  15% and every pound of fat you add to your body can burn an extra  50 calories for a day while you rest  while  you rest.

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