We all know that it is difficult to stop eating and more at night, but do not worry here we bring you some easy and simple tricks, which will help you lose weight at night.

Diminish the salt at dinner.

If you want to wake up feeling less bloated, you definitely have to avoid foods with a high sodium content, advises Keri Gans in her book The Small Change Diet. What happens is that during the night, the salt that you ingested of the food will remain in your system, so you will wake up more swollen than normal. The best alternative is to cook a healthy dinner with steamed vegetables and lean protein (eggs, dairy, fish, vegetables, grains, etc.) None of this is loaded with salt.

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Exercise at night.

Many of us know that sweating helps you lose weight, but you may think that exercising before you go to bed can make you unable to sleep. However, this is not true; a survey conducted in 2013 by the National Sleep Foudation found that the most active people have 56 to 67 percent higher probability of sleeping better, regardless of the time they exercise.

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Prepare food at home

In restaurants the food contains more than twice the calories you should consume in a normal meal, according to a study conducted in 2013. A viable option to lose a few extra kilos is getting away from all those extra calories, preparing your food the night before . (You can try a delicious tuna or chicken salad)

prepare food at home

Take enough water.

We all know that liquids cleanse our system, which helps us to get rid of any remaining water that we are holding. It is advisable to drink water one hour before going to sleep, so you will not have to wake up at midnight to run to the bathroom.

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Make sure your room is completely dark.

It is proven that melatonin can help produce more fat-burning hormones in your body, according to a study published last year in the Journal of Pineal Research. It is advisable to sleep in a completely dark room so as not to interrupt the natural production of melatonin.

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