By Jamie HamblinUniversity of GeorgiaWhile it’s OK to use the weekends to catch up on some tasks, sleep shouldn’t be one of them.People often make the mistake of using the weekends to catch up on sleep, said Sara Hendrix, a graduate student in the University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences.Instead, they should set aside a seven- to eight-hour sleep period beginning and ending at the same time every night, including weekends.”The quality of sleep matters just as much as the quantity of sleep,” said Gail Hanula, a University of Georgia Cooperative Extension nutrition specialist.According to a University of Chicago study, not getting enough sleep disrupts the balance between two hormones: leptin and ghrelin. This disruption can lead to overeating and, in turn, weight gain.”Adequate sleep, often sacrificed or neglected in the name of ‘busyness,’ may be another factor affecting weight control,” Hanula said.”Leptin is an appetite suppressor,” Hendrix said. “Studies show that people who don’t get adequate sleep produce lower levels of leptin. Therefore, their appetites may increase.”On the other hand, ghrelin, the opposing hormone, stimulates appetite.”When sleep decreases, ghrelin increases, which may also cause an increase in appetite,” Hendrix said. “Specifically, changes in these hormone levels can possibly intensify cravings for sweets, salty snacks and starchy foods.”Getting enough sleep enables your body to produce a balance of these hormones, which may make it easier to resist eating too many unhealthy foods. So if you’re trying to lose or maintain weight, focus on developing healthy sleep patterns as well as healthy eating and exercise habits.To get a quality night’s rest, Hanula and Hendrix suggest these guidelines:* Avoid caffeine late in the day. Caffeine from coffee, chocolate and sodas can take up to eight hours to wear off.* Avoid alcohol in excess. Although alcohol may make you tired, it keeps you in the lighter stages of sleep.* Avoid large meals two hours before bedtime.* Don’t nap too late in the day or for more than an hour.* Exercise. The more energy you expend during the day, the more worn out you will be by the time you lie down at night. (Jamie Hamblin is a student writer for the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)
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Jac-Cen-Del Varsity Track traveled to Vevay for a 3-way meet with Rising Sun and Switzerland County.The JCD Ladies finished 1st 60 points, Switz 56and Rising Sun 33. The JCD men finished 3rd. Rising Sun 72,Switzerland 32 and JCD 29.Scoring for the Eagles:Kelsey Bowling 1st 100H, 1st 300H, 1st Long Jump and 1st 4×400Jenna Hughes 3rd 1600m, 1st 400M, 2nd High Jump, 1st 4×400Whitney Winters 1st 100D, 1st 200D, 3rd Long Jump, 1st 4×100Kayla Bowling 3rd 100D, 2nd Long Jump, 1st 4×100, 1st 4×400Shianna Bellingham 2nd 3200M, 3rd 4×800,Rosie Newhart 2nd Shot, 2nd Disc,Abby Wagner 1st 4×100,Andra Smith 1st 4×400Al Delgado 2nd 110H, 2nd 4×100Rodney Dobbs 2nd 1600M, 4th 3200M,Chris Kissel 4th 1600M, 3rd 800M,Micheal Schmitt 2nd 400D, 3rd Shot, 4th High JumpThiago Kapps 1st 800M, 4th 200D, 2nd 4×100Chris Douglas 3rd Disc, 4th ShotEli Wagner 2nd Long Jump, 2nd 4×100,Quienton Comer 2nd 4×100Courtesy of Eagles Coach Larry Hammond.
The 20-year-old England international became British football’s most expensive player on Tuesday when he signed a five-year contract at the Etihad Stadium to complete a move from Liverpool which will be worth up to £49million. “It’s a good feeling and this is really happy time for me and my family,” Sterling told the club’s official website, www.mcfc.co.uk. Press Association “Finally, I’d also like to thank all the people around me – my mum and sisters, my management team and (agent) Aidy Ward for helping me focus and get where I am today. I just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone.” Sterling passed a medical and completed the remaining formalities of the deal on Tuesday and he will fly out to meet up with his new team-mates in Australia within the next 24 hours. He is City’s record signing, surpassing the sums previously paid for Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero, after drawn out talks with Liverpool. City had two previous bids rejected before finally reaching a deal. Manager Manuel Pellegrini was delighted to finally get his hands on the player after that prolonged pursuit. He said: “Raheem Sterling is one of the best attacking players in world football and I am very much looking forward to him joining our squad out in Australia later this week. “He is a young player with outstanding ability and I am sure the Manchester City fans will be very excited about seeing him in action for the team.” Sterling began his career at QPR and joined the Reds for an initial fee of £600,000 as a 15-year-old in 2010. He was handed a senior debut as a 17-year-old and was twice named the club’s young Player of the year. Raheem Sterling believes the most exciting aspect of his record-breaking transfer to Manchester City is being able to play alongside so many world-class players. “I’m just glad it’s all over and done with and I can’t wait to get on the training field. “The thing that excites me the most is the world class squad we have and knowing we have a team that is capable of winning things year in, year out. “The more quality players that are around you, the more quality it brings out in you so I can’t wait to get started and play alongside them.” Sterling, who will wear the number seven shirt, was also grateful to his previous managers despite his protracted exit from Anfield. “It has been a long journey from QPR and I’d like to thank a few people who have helped me along the way,” he said. “I’d like to thank Rafa Benitez for taking me to Liverpool as a 15 year-old – that was a massive step for me and a new challenge. “Also to Kenny Dalglish for showing such faith in me and putting me in at such a young age. “I want to thank Brendan Rodgers for giving me a chance and an opportunity in the first team, giving me my full debut – against City funnily enough – and giving me a real chance to cement a place in the first team and show the world my talents.
The Latest: Hugo Lloris says health has priority over soccer Associated Press ___The governing body of field hockey says it has extended the international Pro League seasons by one year to run through June 2021.The nine men’s and nine women’s national teams were scheduled to play January-to-June annually.Games in the 2020 season were stopped because of the coronavirus pandemic. Germany has yet to play in the women’s competition while leader Argentina has played eight of its 16 games.The International Hockey Federation says the new time frame gives it the best chance “to deliver on broadcast and commercial partner agreements.” Talks are ongoing in leagues around the world as to when the season can restart. South Korea’s K-League will kick off on May 8 in empty stadiums. The Bundesliga in Germany is discussing playing again on May 9.Lloris says “there’s so much at stake financially for clubs … But above all of that there is health.”Lloris plays for Tottenham in the Premier League. The team has nine matches remaining this season.Lloris says in an interview with Le Parisien newspaper that “if we have to finish the league without fans then we will.”But the World Cup champion adds that “soccer remains totally secondary given the current situation.” Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris says resuming soccer leagues should not come at the expense of people’s health amid the coronavirus pandemic. The ECB says the international season in England will now be played from July to the end of September. The three-test series against the West Indies that was due to start on June 4 has been postponed.ECB chief executive Tom Harrison says his organization is following advice from the government and health experts and that “our plan is to reschedule international matches as late as possible in the season to give the best chance of play.”___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 April 24, 2020 The subsequent season will run from September 2021 to the following June.___England will try to reschedule its test series with the West Indies after announcing there will be no professional cricket played in the country until July 1 at the earliest because of the coronavirus pandemic.The inaugural season of The Hundred is due to start on July 17 and has not yet been canceled. The England and Wales Cricket Board has arranged a meeting for next week to discuss whether it can go ahead.No domestic competitions have been scrapped for this year.