I have to get up at 1:30 every night to take ds1 to the toilet as he wets the bed otherwise, anyhoo I'm killing myself as I'm 3/4s asleep and then wake up in the morning to realise I've eaten through the night. Again. Almost every night without fail. Last night it was 2 containers of le rice and a glass of milk.
Has anyone got any suggestions on how to avoid the fridge when I don't seem to be remembering eating in the first place? And its not necessarily bad foods I'm eating sometimes it's whole carrots, rice crackers etc but the point is I want to stop!
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18-07-2012 06:49 #1
How to avoid midnight snacking
18-07-2012 06:58 #2
Maybe one of those fridge latches? That might force you to wake up when you try and open it?
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18-07-2012 08:21 #3
Oh that's a bloody brilliant idea! I'm hopeless with those things so that may just work
18-07-2012 08:32 #4
Oh I do this too, almost every night. I know Im doing it, and dont want to do it, but its like that part of my brain to stop is completely switched off :/
18-07-2012 09:23 #5
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