During the night the cells from the whole body are relaxing and absorbing energy for the next day. But here is another great thing your body can do, while you are sleeping.
All you need to do is follow these tips:
Have a Low-Sodium Dinner
The author of “The Small Change Diet”, Keri Gans, R.D., says that if you want to avoid waking up bloated you should definitely pass over the Chinese dinner. During the night salt remains in your body and that’s the reason why you will wake up more bloated than usual. Cooking a healthy steamed veggies meal and food rich in lean protein can be a good alternative.
Do an Exercise Session before you going to bed
This practice can helps you to lose weight. But the most of us believe that exercising before going to bed is going to keep you awake all night.
56% to 67% of people who do exercise regardless the time of day, sleep better, according to “National Sleep Foundation” survey from 2013.
Pack Your Lunch
The restaurants meal has more than twice the number of calories you should be consuming in one sitting. It’s widely known if you want to lose weight, the calorie intake should be even lower. The problem is in the morning rush nobody has time to make lunch. You can save your diet by prepping your meal the night before. We recommend to pack a “to-go” salad in a jar and that will do the trick!
Drink a Lot of Water
Water cleans your system and helps you get rid of any water you’re retaining. It’s important to stop drinking water one hour before you go to bed, if you don’t want to go to the toilet during the night.
Make Sure Your Bedroom is Very Dark
According to an animal study, published in “Journal of Pineal Research”: the hormone melatonin can help your body produce more calorie-burning brown fat. Be sure that your room is completely dark, because melatonin is produced by the body when it is in complete darkness.
Lower the Heating Before Going To Bed
People who slept in a room with 66 degrees lost 7% extra calories than those who slept at 75 degrees, according to “National Institute of Health”.