People Who Sleep Well Every Night Avoid This One Food, According to Sleep Experts
By Kaitlin Vogel, Dec 20, 2022
After a large meal, our bodies have to work to process the food, and our heart rate and metabolism remain elevated. This is the opposite of the restful effect desired when sleeping, says Dr. Alex Dimitriu, MD, who is double board-certified in psychiatry and sleep medicine and the founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine and BrainfoodMD. “Experimenting with various sleep trackers, I have consistently found my heart rate to be elevated well into the night after a big meal,” Dr. Dimitriu adds.
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