How can you keep from eating too much at night if you just can't sleep unless your stomach is full?
- If you feel like you want to eat at night , just try getting a glass of water or juice instead. Often people put on weight because they are bored and need something to do with their hands - so they eat.
- If drinking instead doesn't work. Try snacking on healthy things such as fruit.
- I drink a cup of hot tea before bed.
- Try eating a very light healthy snack, such as an apple or a handful of grapes, etc. And a big glass of milk. If you don't like milk, try a chocolate milk or some other drink with some substance Then slowly make how much you eat smaller until you only drink a glass of milk or something. And if you want, you can slowly stop drinking that too. It is probably mostly habit that makes you hungry at night. You can also try eating dinner a little later. But try to make it at least two or three hours before you go to sleep.
- I've been watching my calories on a website. You list everything you eat and it counts the calories, vitamins, fat grams, carbs and everything for you. Since I've started doing this I've noticed that I pay way more attention to what I eat throughout the day and it's really helpful. To answer your question. Drink lots and lots of water all day long (with a straw and some lemon if you find it hard to drink water) and I guarantee that you'll get full way faster and after a few days you'll feel fuller all the time. Trust me on this one. I used to eat a horse before bed every night and now I'm down to some water and not much else.
- Break your addiction ! Read a really good book or a boring one and you will find that in doing other activities you can go to sleep. Remember that you are addicted to doing something a certain way. Ignore your stomach. Tell yourself over and that you can do it. After a while it will be come a great habit. Nothing puts on weight more and makes sleep less relaxed and enjoyable than going to be with food recently consumed. Going to bed a little hungry is amazing. Tell yourself over and over that you are fine and morning will come with a smile because you will be ready to eat a nutritious delicious meal.
- A banana is really good, it is good for sleeping. There is mysterious link between sleeplessness and heart disease. People who don't get much sleep are more likely than those who do to develop calcium deposits in their coronary arteries, possibly raising their risk for heart disease, a new study has found.
- Eat a balanced breakfast and automatically your hunger will subside throughout the day. Research says that people who eat balanced breakfast never feel the craving and don't do binge eating at all.
- So eat a balanced breakfast and avoid cravings at night.
- Doing exercises will help you to get more sleep. It will also keep you health and away from many health diseases and heart related problems.
Try a supplement called Appesat. You take it with your dinner and it expands in your stomach to help keep you fuller for longer. This may help you sleep easier at night as you wont feel hungry.
Does a person who eats a lot gain more weight during the day or on a night where you get 6 hours sleep or less and are stressed vulnerable sensitive etc?
Very clear question there :-) Eating a lot depends on what you are eating , but as a rule you metabolism slows down during rest so you body wont process the food as well at night which is why you should not eat before going to sleep, stress equates normally to weight loss as your metabolism speeds up unless you comfort eat cakes and the like. If you eat lots of junk you are going…
There is no specific time that cattle go to sleep or to bed or whatever. They sleep whenever and whatever time they please: it can be anytime during the day or night, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon or just after sunset. And they don't sleep all night either: just for a couple of hours, then they're back out grazing or eating at the trough again.
It's bad to eat late at night because of indigestion. The digestion process is slow and the enzymes cannot properly break down food so it remains in the stomach and produces acidity. Too much acidity in the stomach rots the food, which then induces bloated feelings and gas. Not only that but there's also really no point in eating a huge meal late at night if you're not going to be active that night, because…
Yes, getting too little or even too much sleep can lower your metabolic rate. About 8-9 hours sleep a night can keep your metabolism working at its best :) Also usually when we are sleep deprived we are under stress and when that happens we turn to eating to help relieve that stress.T hat helps to put on weight because it's not smart eating, just empty calories.
Is it bad if you eat during the night time even if I sleep during the daytime and get enough of sleep?
No, it does not. That is a myth. First of all, if you are sleeping during the day and active at night, then obviously eating at night won't make you fat. For you, the myth would be reversed: don't eat during the day. But the myth that eating close to bedtime makes you fat has been debunked anyway (see Related Links below). What matters is how much you exercise, and how many calories you eat…