First, are you drinking enough water? Hydration is proven to curb hunger and boost metabolism. According to health.com, drink enough water until your pee looks like lemonade.
Second, which is worse…going to bed FULL or HUNGRY? According to Self magazine, you should skip the late-night meals. Having too much food in your stomach can cause acid reflux, and make you uncomfortable. But, you shouldn’t go to bed starving either. Low blood sugar levels can lead to nighttime awakenings. It’s best to have a small snack like yogurt or almonds before hitting the sack, the protein should hold you over without disturbing your sleep.