Many individuals are fond of going for night walks as an alternative to the routine of a morning walk. Some believe that a nightly stroll helps them burn the calories they have consumed during the day, while others choose it to avoid the busyness or laziness associated with morning walks.
However, is a night walk a healthy choice to consistently follow? Health expert Dr. Mickey Mehta suggests avoiding it. Watch the video below to find out why-
In the caption of his post, Dr. Mehta states, “Going for long walks after dinner could have various dangers, so don’t be a stranger to its negative effects. You can definitely talk, but avoid walking.”
He advises, “Never go for a walk immediately after dinner. If you want to take a stroll, wait for two and a half to three hours before doing so.”
“After eating dinner, which is typically a substantial meal after a long day of work and stress, your stomach requires blood flow to digest the food,” he added.
He concluded by saying, “If you go for a walk right away, the blood will be diverted to your legs for them to function, which will disrupt your digestive processes.”
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