Do you Believe You'll have a Bad Dream when You Sleep...

@Muelitz (1592)
Canada
July 5, 2008 8:40pm CST
right after eating a full meal without? I was told to let the food be digested first before sleeping especially at night. Do you believe it to be true?
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@KrauseHome (32392)
• United States
6 Jul 08
For me, food does not matter on what type of Dream I have when I am sleeping. Most of the time, what ends up effecting my sleep, and the type of Dreams I end up having is the mood I am in before I go to sleep, and what I might have watched on TV or in a movie before this as well. But I have also found it is Best to not go to bed hungry and wishing you had some food, or you will end up dreaming about food then for sure. But just don't order food in your sleep like my husband has.
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@rookiekan (883)
• China
6 Jul 08
i never matter how digest well after sucking a lot before sleep.i wanna be fat,as for a bad dream,i am not afraid hehe
• United States
6 Jul 08
I've read another post like this before. And I had never heard about it until this year. It seems right on the money in my case. I'm up all night long and my dinner doesn't begin until after 2am. So I'm up eating full heavy meals at that time. And I have noticed that my dreams have become darker and more vivid. It's not the best feeling either.
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• Philippines
6 Jul 08
Nope. I don't think that it's true. I have slept a number of times right after full meal. However, I am scared of the hemorrhagic pancreatitis. It may happen because of the excessive amount of sugar and fats in the food causing the overwhelming of the pancreas.
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• Canada
23 Mar 09
I've done that hundreds of times, and I've never had bad dreams because of it. I think that bad dreams happen because of what is subconciously going on inside of your head, not because of what you have inside your stomach. I think this is just an urban legent of sorts.