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To eat now? Jet lagged and hungry

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mistopheles · 02/09/2022 02:21

What should I eat? I slept from 9:30ish till midnight and been reading (in the dark) and listening to podcasts since then. But I have an annoying niggling hunger now... contemplating noodles. Will I sleep better if I satisfy my hunger or should I battle through? What foods induce sleep? Noodles by any chance??

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Ponoka7 · 02/09/2022 02:27

Carbs make you sleepy, so yes to noodles. Better to eat and then try to sleep.

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mistopheles · 02/09/2022 02:29

Ponoka that's exactly what I needed to hear - thank you! Craving carbs.

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Notimeforaname · 02/09/2022 02:33

What kind of noodles? Just out of curiosity­čść

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mistopheles · 02/09/2022 02:42

Sesame demae ramen. I've cracked an egg in them too. Yesssssss.

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mistopheles · 02/09/2022 03:05

Back in bed now. Feel much more relaxed and sleepy. And I let the dog out and set off the dishwasher. So that's all good. There's just that tingle of guilt that I had a meal in the middle of the night. Hm.

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Tiani4 · 02/09/2022 03:44

There's just that tingle of guilt that I had a meal in the middle of the night. Hm.

Better to eat when you are hungry than lay there unable to return to sleep as your stomach is complaining

Occasional is fine. It's not like you're sneaking down for cake every night at midnight

Just eat a little more in your supper/dinner next time

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mistopheles · 02/09/2022 08:13

Thanks Tiani. Well it seems that it was the right decision- I fell asleep quickly after the noodles! Such a relief.

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