Sleepy after Lunch

Lunch has passed. A few hours later, sleepiness is definitely going to attack us, but still a lot of work is to do.

It's likely because the body is too much to process purified/processed carbohydrates such as white rice and sugar. Food items such as these, especially sugar, produce instant energy but only a short time then immediately drop so that the body feels weak. In addition, there's the possibility that the body is sensitive to carbohydrates.

To fix this, try eating more complex carbohydrates interspersed with protein and fiber from vegetables and fruits. Don't forget to drink water.

For certain people, sleepy after lunch could occur because the body too much expends energy to digest food. Therefore, eat always in ample portions.

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