Girls gotta get their pussies ready to eat before they sleep because they need to get their body and mind ready to enjoy the night, a doctor has warned.
Dr David Brown, a lecturer in sleep medicine at King’s College London, said that the body was often more excited than it should be when eating because of stress and tension.
“The body is getting a rush of adrenaline, and when you’re stressed or stressed out you are going to react a little differently than someone who’s not stressed,” he said.
The idea is that by putting the body under some sort of stressor and stimulating it with food, it should become less alert.
“We are trying to get the body into a state where it can relax more and it can sleep better, so it’s more likely to fall asleep,” he explained.
When you eat a certain amount of food in a short period of time, your body can relax.
In the short term, this can help your body recover from the stress of eating and sleep.
But in the long term, it can also cause the body to go into a vicious cycle of food addiction.
“When you are eating a certain number of calories you’re going to crave more, and then your body goes into a sort of vicious cycle where it wants more food and it needs more calories to keep going and you will get hungrier, and you’ll overeat and you may end up with weight gain,” Dr Brown said.
“If you get that food, then your brain will want more of it, so you are getting more food.”
The process of eating can involve eating too much, Dr Brown warned, but it can only be done gradually and over a period of days.
To make sure you’re eating a healthy amount of calories, Dr Danica Glynn, a consultant nutritionist at St Thomas’s Hospital, said it was important to try to choose a food that is low in calories, like a healthy fruit and veg, to start with.
If you’re concerned about your body’s appetite after eating, you can also try taking a food pill, which is also called a hypnotherapy.
However, if you’re not sure what type of food is best, Dr Glynn said you can ask your GP or dietitian to test your appetite for you.
While you’re in the mood to eat, you could try getting some exercise and taking a few minutes of deep breathing to calm your nerves, she said.
Dr Brown said you could also get some exercise by doing yoga or doing some light stretching.
“You can do a little yoga or some stretches to relax your muscles, but you need to do the full range of things to really get your body and your mind in a good state to get your mind into a good mood,” he added.
“So it’s really important to exercise and do something to relax and get your mood back, so when you wake up in the morning you’re ready to go.”
You can find out more about eating before bed, including tips on how to choose the right food, in our video guide.
If you need help, visit our tips for the night and tips for eating after you’ve had a good night’s sleep.