The end of the day can also be the ideal time to reduce sizes, follow these recommendations and get ready to conquer!
1. Dinner with a little salt:
If you want to wake up feeling less bloated, you definitely avoid foods high in sodium, advises Keri Gans, author of The Small Change Diet. What happens is that the salt stays in your system during the night so you will wake up more swollen than normal. The best option is to cook a healthy dinner with steamed vegetables and lean protein, none of this is loaded with salt.
2. Exercise at night.:
You know that sweating can help you lose weight, but you may think that exercising in the next few hours to go to bed make you unable to sleep. However, this is not true; a survey conducted in 2013 by National Sleep Foundation found that more active people have 56 to 67 percent higher chances of better sleep no matter what time they exercise.
3. Prepare your food the next day the night before:
An average meal from any restaurant contains more than twice number of calories you should consume in one sitting, according to a study done in 2013. But in the morning rush, who has time to prepare their food? Stay away from all those extra calories by preparing your meal the night before. (You can try a delicious tuna or chicken salad).
4. Drink plenty of water.:
Liquids clean your system, which will help you get rid of any remaining water you are holding. But, since you will not want to wake up at midnight to run to the bathroom, stop taking an hour before going to sleep.
5. Make sure your room is completely dark:
Melatonin can help your body produce more fat-burning hormones, according to a study published last year in the Journal of Pineal Research. As your body naturally produces melatonin, make sure you do not interrupt your production with artificial lights.
6. Turn down the temperature in your bedroom:
The idea of burning calories while you sleep may seem too good to be true, but a study by the National Institute of Health Clinical Center found that people who sleep in a room at a lower temperature burn up to seven times more calories than those who sleep in temperatures Higher.