Here’s What Sleeping After Eating Does To Your Body

Have you ever tried to sleep after eating a heavy meal, and you can just feel the food in your stomach sitting there making all sorts of quirky noises?

Many individuals have a daily ritual of sleeping or taking a nap immediately after eating as it makes you very drowsy.

However, many others believe that it is an unhealthy habit to go to sleep as soon as you finish eating and practice walking after eating a meal which aids in digestion.

If you eat too late and have trouble falling or staying asleep, you might wonder:

How long should I wait between eating and going to bed?

Is it bad to go to bed too soon after eating?

In this video, we’ll answer each of those questions and more!



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