Conclusion: Foods That Prevent Sleep
Despite the preceding advice, you do not need to go to bed hungry in order to get a good night’s sleep. In fact, being hungry before night can have a negative impact on your sleep. Hunger pangs can be uncomfortable, and the body still needs the energy to fuel the processes that occur during rest.
The key is to limit yourself to a modest snack rather than a full meal. A dollop of peanut butter, a sliced apple, a scrambled egg, or a bowl of air-popped popcorn is all good options. Now go to sleep!