It must have happened to most of us in life that when we opened our eyes in the middle of the night, we wanted to eat something. Went to the kitchen or refrigerator and took out the food and started eating. Sometimes it is different, but when it happens often, consider it an alarm. It is estimated that there are millions of people in the UK alone who get up at night and eat, and doctors have described their practice as a sign of illness. An American psychologist noticed these symptoms for the first time in some people and called them late night gathering symptoms.
He attributed this to changes in hormone levels in the body. Most people today who are treating and researching foodborne illnesses agree with this American psychologist’s view and believe that increasing the busyness of life And lifestyle changes are responsible for that. Most of the people who suffer from these symptoms are those who suffer from depression and insomnia. These people often wake up three or four times a night and then eat things that are high in starch (carbohydrates). These people who get up at night often do not eat breakfast and during the day their body reaches very few calories (calories) than other people, but from night to morning all the fractions are completed and their body gains. Half of the total calories are those that secretly reach their body in the middle of the night. We have very little awareness of it and perhaps very few people will realize that they have the disease, so they never consult a doctor. A British expert suggests that because these symptoms are rare, they are not well understood. In his opinion, these symptoms are probably a kind of jujube, which appears only at night. This expert believes that there is a chemical change in the brain that wakes people up and motivates them to eat. American psychologists believe that people who get up at night and suffer from eating disorders face three major problems. Eating Disorders, Sleep Disorders and Mood Disorders.
Unfortunately, these symptoms are more common in women than in men, although these symptoms are not seen in children. One dietitian said that most people who get up at night suffer from eating disorders, eat well at night and then try to eat very little during the day, so that overeating at night can be eliminated. The other side of the coin may be that because they restrict their diet during the day, they often become very hungry at night. Thus it becomes a disturbing cycle. This expert believes that at night a certain atmosphere is created, which makes people want to eat whatever they want. It involves a number of factors, such as loneliness, anxiety, smoking and irregular eating and sleeping patterns. People who suffer from this disease or other dietary disorders should, with the advice of psychologists and dietitians, devise a system in which they can eat on a regular basis and maintain a balanced diet. Also keep in mind. At the same time, it is important to adopt a method that resists the factors that cause the disease to develop and spread. Also, try to avoid thoughts that disturb your brain and cause you stress. These thoughts or negative thoughts go a long way in increasing the risk of food-related illnesses and often lead people to overeat.