Do you get up in the middle of the night and raid the refrigerator?
I don't, but after a late night out, I might sneak a snack before going to bed.
I've heard that some people "sleep eat" not even realizing they've done it the next morning.
Sometimes yes! I don't usually get up specially to eat...but my 1yo wakes me up a few times in the night, and by the time I manage to put her back to sleep...gosh, I feel so hungry that I can't go back to zzz...!!!
no..... i get up in the midle of the night to go pee,... i'm female, over 30, and have at least one child, it comes wiith the teritory,... i do have the pesky habit of getting up in the night to get a new soda, Dr pepper specificaly, usualy right afteri use the bathroom,... it seems a bit self defeating, but you asked! ha!
No, not if I've been asleep. However If I can't sleep, I raid the fridge like a pirate. I don't know why, but It happens every time. I have resorted to keeping healthy snacks like fruit or yogurt on the top shelf, so I won't reach for the more destructive food.
Massively YES! At work I'm the healthiest eater around, my colleague even remark on how dedicated they think I am!
Little do they know; as soon as the lights go down my stomach starts to rumble - cheese, chocolate, pate, whatever it may be. No wonder my waistline’s expanding.
I'm a fridge raider and proud!
No i never get up and raid the fridge but, I do before i go to bed. Sometimes i need that bit of comfort that only a piece of chocolate cake can do.
I don't usually get up during the night even if I am hungry for a snack. I'm too lazy
yes! it seems like once i settle into bed for a little web surfing before sleepytime, i start thinking about all the good stuff i have in the fridge. the true test of my resolve is if i am too lazy to get out of my warm bed to grab a snack.
No i get up to go pee pee, on my way to back to bed i stop by the fridge to check up on the beverages and snacks, lol
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