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Authors:  Eszter Halmy
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Obesity is a chronic relapsing disease with enormous fat tissue accumulation resulting in multiple comorbidities. The increasing epidemy and costs of obesity worldwide became one of the main challenges of healthcare systems. Recently there is more and more evidence first on sleep disturbances in the etiology of obesity related to the circadian rhythm. 


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