Late-night eating: Have you gotten in the habit of eating dinner late at night or having a heavy snack before bed? If so, late night eating can affect sleep. For example, lying down shortly after eating a heavy meal or eating acidic, greasy or fried foods can cause heartburn. Also, if you’re eating or drinking foods that contain caffeine, it can also interfere with falling asleep. If you’re hungry at bedtime, go ahead and have a snack, but keep it light. A small snack containing protein and carbs may be your best bet to curb your hunger and promote calmness.
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