I’m usually good at suppressing my munchies during the day and evening…and I’ll be so proud of myself as bedtime nears. But then I have to take my trazodone, for my insomnia and depression, and as soon as I lay down in bed, I get ravenous munchies! I have no control, my stomach starts growling and I get so hungry it hurts, and as the sleep medicine kicks in, I lose the control, and stumble out of bed, grabbing anything I can eat without massive preparation, and take it back to bed. I’ll often wake up with plates and bowls and wrappers on the floor next to my bed, and not always remembering what I ate. And I wake up puffy and bloated, since late at night is the worst time to eat, and it’s when I end up eating the most! I’ve got to find ways to control it. I’m working on weaning myself off the medication til I can find something to substitute for it with less munchies.
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Dunno if you have had any more luck with this but I’ve been trying to get on a more reasonable eating plan which halfway entails controlling the munchies and halfway entails battling hypoglycemia. One thing I have found that works is to have a snack about 8 or 9pm, nothing big, just a handful of nuts or some cheese or something-
something with some protein in it that’s relatively filling. IANAD but my suggestion would be to drink a full glass of water with your medicine and then eat a small protein snack-nothing big or heavy or you will have trouble sleeping as your body digests it.
Munchies suck, hope you can figure out something that works for you.