How to sleep: Eating a lot before bed is a 'disruptive' food habit to avoid for good sleep
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The Sleep Foundation notes: “Dietary choices affect more than just energy and sleepiness; they can play a major role in things like weight, cardiovascular health, and blood sugar levels just to name a few.

“For that reason, it’s best to consult with a doctor or dietician before making significant changes to your daily diet.

“Doing so helps ensure that your food choices support not just your sleep but all of your other health priorities as well.”

The organisation says: “Diet is also multifaceted. It isn’t just one food; instead, it is cumulative, affected by when, what, and how much we eat throughout a day and over weeks, months, and years.”



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