Foods That You Should Avoid Eating At Night

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Have you ever awakened in the morning with stomach problems and vomiting? It can be caused by foods that you ate in the evening. There are many foods that disrupt the normal digestive functions.

Fried foods

The fried foods are not only rich in fat but also difficult to be digested. You can lose sleep due to their effects on the stomach, intestinal tract and nervous system.

Pasta or noodles

They contain plenty of carbohydrates and fats. People with acid reflux should avoid eating these foods in the evening.

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Pasta

Carbonated beverages

Drinking carbonated beverages at night can lead to stomach problems. People with constipation and acid reflux should avoid these drinks.

Coffee

Caffeine in coffee stimulates the nervous system and is an important reason making you lose sleep.

Chocolate

Everyone must love dessert after dinner. However, you should avoid eating chocolate at night because it is a "repository" containing caffeine.

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Chocolate

Ice-cream

Avoid eating ice cream before going to bed. The artificial sweeteners in cream make the amount of sugar in the blood increase and then decrease rapidly. Also, if you choose chocolate or coffee flavor, the amount of caffeine in your body will increase.

Bread

It contains much carbohydrate, so it will "damn" your digestive tract. Moreover, for some people, bread can also lead to indigestion or constipation.

Spicy foods

They contain the compounds that are likely to cause heartburn and acid reflux. Also, eating too much spicy foods can also lead to indigestion.

Tomato sauce

It can cause acid reflux and slow the digestive process. Pizza contains much cheese and tomato sauce, so, you’d better avoid eating this food at night.

Garlic

Not eating garlic at dinner will help you not smell. Also, when mixed with spicy food, it can cause heartburn at night.

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Garlic

Red meat

It contains much protein and fat, which will make the digestive system work hard. For deep and delicious sleep, you shouldn’t eat this food at night.

Fruits salad

You might be surprised; but fruits contain plenty of water which makes them have diuretic effect. This means that you will have to go to the bathroom several times a night. So, you should avoid eating too many fruits or salads in the evening. For some people, the fruits can cause acid reflux.

Alcohol and beer

Alcohol and beer can make you fall asleep quickly; however, they also make you wake up frequently, restless sleep, headache, nightmare... In addition, they also often cause dehydration and acid reflux.

 
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