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Sleep Restriction and Obesity

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Sleep Restriction and Obesity

Insufficient sleep may be one of the most common, and most preventable, obesity risk factors. The investigators wish to determine whether 14 nights of modest sleep restriction results in increased energy balance, thus potentially increasing the risk of obesity. The investigators hypothesize that sleep restriction will result in increased energy balance.

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Behavioral - Sleep restriction

14 days of sleep restriction, 4 hours of sleep per day.

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Sleep Restriction and Obesity

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NCT01580761

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