15 Sneaky Ways To Lose Fat While You’re Sleeping

From making your room as dark as possible, doing resistance training, eating a small dinner, sleeping early to trying aromatherapy and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Resistance training – 00:36
Eat small meals throughout the day – 01:10
Drink a casein shake – 01:41
Make your room as dark as possible – 02:28
Give yourself a bedtime – 03:05
Eat a small dinner – 03:39
Don’t drink alcohol before bed – 04:18
Turn down the thermostat – 04:47
Sleep early – 05:13
Activate your body’s thinning fats – 05:47
Drink more water – 06:14
Try aromatherapy – 06:58
Take a hot bath an hour before bed – 07:24
Sleep soundly – 07:50
Get some sunlight – 08:20


1. Resistance Training: One of the best ways to lose weight while sleeping is doing some pre-slumber resistance training. Burning fat is all about boosting your metabolism, and resistance training is great for this.

2. Eat small meals throughout the day: Eat little and often, is a favourite tip from trainers and dieticians the world over. You’ll be glad to hear this is a great way of boosting your nocturnal weight loss.

3. Drink a casein shake: While proteins such as whey are perfect for a post workout boost, their rapid-absorbing nature means they’re not as effective before you hit the hay. Instead, choose casein protein if you want to boost your overnight fat burning. It is a gradually digested protein that can take your body around six or eight hours to break down. This means your metabolism will be kept active throughout the night. So you’ll wake up feeling energetic instead of starving.

4. Make your room as dark as possible: Exposure to light before bedtime has serious implications for your health. Sleeping in total darkness releases the hormone melatonin, which helps regulate sleep, blood pressure, body temperature, and stress levels.

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