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Take a NAP!

According to this article, sleep deprivation increases your obesity risk.

This totally correlates with my own experience of "food can be substituted for sleep in the short term," a principle I relied upon heavily when I first moved to the Bay Area in a job where I worked second shift.

Lately, I've been eating better (read: about half the calories I had been on a daily basis) and exercising much more. I've been losing weight, but not as quickly as I thought I would be. I now know - get off the damned treadmill and go to bed!