THE BENEFITS OF SLEEPING AT NIGHT ON AN EMPTY STOMACH
Some of us must have heard the suggestion to go to bed at night on an empty stomach. With other us, we should not eat heavy meals before bedtime. Is the recommendation to prevent the body from fat? There was an even more important reason.
To quote Hiromi Sinya’s book The Art of a Happy Diet, avoid putting anything in your stomach 4-5 hours before bed. At night, it’s best to have a meal schedule and a sleep schedule that adapts to each other. For example, plan to sleep at 11:00 p.m., then start at 7:00 p.m., stop eating.
–Sleeping on an Empty StomachPrevents Myocardial InfarctionIt is further explained in Hiromi Sinya’s book The Art of a Happy Diet that the cause of heart attack (myocardial infarction) in the early hours of the morning is acid that flows back late at night is a result of eating or drinking. Therefore, one of the preventive measures we can do is sleep at night on an empty stomach.
-Sleepingon an Empty Stomach Prevents Sleep ApneaSleep apnea is a disease when breathing stops repeatedly during sleep. There is a severe narrowing of the airways. People who are obese are at high risk of developing sleep apnea. Sleeping on an empty stomach can help prevent and cure sleep apnea.
–Sleeping on an Empty Stomach Creates a Balanced Intestinal EnvironmentAn empty stomach during sleep can create a balanced intestinal environment. So it is very conducive for self-healing, resistance and immunity becausehigh levels of hard acids are available that kill the Helicobacter pylori bacteria, as well as other bad bacteria. Wow, the benefits turned out to be extraordinary.
For those of us who are just trying to build a healthier lifestyle and diet, you can try this step as an early stage. Try 4-5 hours before bedtime not to eat heavy meals. Not only to prevent obesity but also to maintain a healthy body.