If we’ve made it all the way to sleep and are still hungry, quick food cravings may arise as the brain seeks anything to help it feel better as soon as possible. Fast food and other oily snacks, on the other hand, are difficult for the body to digest and might cause heartburn.
The more fat in your diet, the more acid, and gas you’ll produce in your stomach. Sleeping is clearly difficult when you’re in pain. If you’ve already eaten too much, try resting on your left side to lessen the amount of acid in your esophagus.
Also, you’re having trouble sleeping, avoid chips, chicken, and anything else that’s coated in batter and completely wonderful (sob). It works on the same principle as steak. But it’s more about the fat content, which makes your digestive system work overtime and can cause heartburn. Reduce the amount of fat in your food by baking it, and eat as early as possible to avoid evening disruption.