as my work schedule grows in crazy, my eating routine gets even worse. as a 25 year old who has a bachelors degree, a passion & determination for writing, a strong work ethic, qualifications for diverse industries, and even some published poetry – it doesn’t mean I automatically get the right job. I work in various industries – some days I’m up early, others I work overnight and it absolutely annihilates my eating habits. getting into a constant routine is difficult, especially with a schedule that is always changing. I can be asleep by 10pm but I’ll be up by 2am and what’s worse is I’ll be hungry. I know I’m not the only one who has this occur to them, as many friends have confided in this issue as well. It’s not the worst thing in the world but it’s frustrating and necessary to change your daytime routine. I haven’t yet found something I’m set to but eating more & better, and drinking more water during the day will definitely help. If you’re up in the middle of the night with a rumbling tummy, eat some yogurt, vegetables, oatmeal, granola bars, or some kind of food along these lines. eating some kind of granola or oats, almonds, or cheese close to the time you’re going to go to bed will also help keep you full throughout the night. in my experience decaf tea also helps induce sleep. you can try to fight it off or drink loads of water but you may find yourself reminiscing to being a child who is quite uncomfortable having to run to the bathroom, as well as irritable because you just can’t sleep when you are quite tired. so there’s many options for you if you suffer from the late night munchies whether it’s because of your eating habits, work schedule, or you’re just hungry. you don’t have to starve yourself just because its the middle of the night, especially since this can affect your night of sleep. better to drink some water or decaf tea and have a healthy snack and be able to go back to sleep, not feeling horrible, than lose hours of sleep and have a horrible next day. andI’m not going to pretend I’m this extremely healthy individual – I believe in eating real food, and sugar – not substitutes – and I bake (from scratch) but still, with sugar and eggs and butter.. but I do believe in being fit so when I get up hungry, I want to know I can eat something where I’m not going to feel horrible an hour later. so know that this is possible and it’s better to go to sleep feeling satisfied than bloated because you over ate.