According to the “Healthline” website, caffeinated foods and drinks such as tea, coffee and chocolate are not suitable for the evening because they energize the body and keep it awake, then a person may suffer from insomnia and lose hours of sleep they need.
In 2013, a clinical study found that an estimated 400 milligrams of caffeine within 3 to 6 hours of going to bed can negatively affect sleep.
In the same vein, health experts advise to reduce spices in the meals eaten at night, because their abundance leads to heartburn and GERD, that is, gastric acid reflux.
As for the third advice, it is necessary to stay away as much as possible from foods with high amounts of sugar and carbohydrates, because the latter talk about the level of sugar in the blood up and down, and then, the body intervenes properly. This disorder is controlled by several hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol, which leads to a state of anxiety and agitation.
The fourth piece of advice is to stay away from processed foods such as bacon and salami, as their harm is not limited to sleep disturbances, but extends to long-term damage.
In the fifth advice, experts say that people who eat high-fat foods sleep for a shorter period of time at night, and in general, their sleep time is more disturbed due to their weight gain.
In the sixth admonition, the sixth admonition urges those who drink alcohol to abstain from alcohol, even if it makes them sleepy, because it affects sleep, wakes up tired in the morning, and because alcohol absorbs fluids from the human body.
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