@Anthony · Posted 12 Aug. 2021
Aqib Shafique I can I will do
@hafizaqibg · Posted 12 Aug. 2021
Not at all. but it's compulsory to brush our teeth before going to bed.
@Dave · Posted 12 Aug. 2021
I do think it boils down to what kind of food you eat as against when you actually eat them. I make it a rule never to eat heavy food right before bed as that can increase my caloric intake. I usually go for low-energy food like fresh fruits, vegetables, stew, soup, and sometimes potatoes.
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 13 Aug. 2021
In Ayurveda, they say that you shouldn't eat after seven and right before bed. However, it really depends on what you eat. I think eating sugar or consuming caffeine right before bed might not be an excellent idea. It is also better to not drink much before bed because it disrupts your sleep.
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@debkatz78 · Posted 14 Aug. 2021
If you have stomach issues, it can be. I tend to stop eating 3 hours before bed. If I stop eating sooner, there is a good chance I will get hungry when I am going to bed which will make it harder for me to fall asleep but if I eat too close to my bedtime, I will get a boost of energy which will also disrupt my sleep.
@RyanM · Posted 17 Aug. 2021
I would advise not eating before bed often, because let's face it, eating before bed may cause some issues later in the night. Like having to go #2 because you ate so late. I try not to eat too late, as I get a stomach problems doing so. If I can, I try to eat at least 3-4 hours before bed, and nothing sooner.
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@bomb · Posted 21 Aug. 2021
Well, it is not a good habit to eat right before you go to bed. Because most food will give you energy or activate you and interfere with your sleep. It is recommended to eat a few hours before bedtime to give your body time to digest the good.