5 habits you can adopt at night to De-bloat and lose weight

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5 habits you can adopt at night to De-bloat and lose weight

Nights are made for  rest, for unwinding and maybe even indulge in a good movie. Did you know nights are also good  for preparing yourself up for bigger and better weight-loss results? Just follow these 5 habits to get yourself that much closer to your goal weight. Read below the 5 habits you can adopt at night to De-boat and lose weight:

1. Eat low sodium meals

What happens is the salt stays in your system overnight, so you wake up puffier than you normally would. The best option is to cook a healthy meal of steamed veggies and a lean protein—neither of which should be loaded with salt.

2. Exercise

We all know that a good exercise routine helps you sheds kilos, but you may think that exercising too close to bedtime can keep you up at night. Luckily, that’s not true; a 2013 survey from the National Sleep Foundation found that active people are 56 to 67 percent more likely to say they usually get a good night’s sleep—no matter what time of day they exercise. Nighttime exercise will help you distress and also give a greater night’s sleep.

3.  Drink Water

Water flushes out your system, which helps you get rid of any water you’re retaining. But since you don’t want to be up all night running to the bathroom and disrupting your sleep quality so important to weight loss. An effective way to get enough water and a good might’s sleep is to stop your water chugging one hour before bedtime.

4. Your bedroom must be dark

Want to to lose weight? Turn off those lights and make your bedroom dark. The sleep-promoting hormone melatonin can help your body produce a special kind of calorie-burning fat when in the dark. Since your body already produces melatonin when you’re in complete darkness, make sure your room is light-free to boost weight loss.

5. Crank up the air con

A study conducted by National Institute of Health Clinic Center people who slept in cooler rooms burned more calories than those who didn’t. Apparently, your body then sees an increased in ‘healthy’ brown fat, which burns calories and fat, and helps stable blood sugar.

 

 

 

Tina is a DailyStar senior writer. She graduated from Edith Cowan University. Writing has always been something she enjoyed. Her positive outlook colours every aspect of her life. Her motto -Life’s too short so get living.

When she’s not busy writing, Tina is exploring the city she adores, running in her local Park every day, drinking an absurd amount of coffee, taking care of an adorable pup, kids and traveling.

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