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There’s a good reason. Internist Dr. Keri Peterson says, just like our daily sleep and hormonal cycles, our stomach and digestive processes run on a daily rhythm. And during sleep, our stomach makes extra acid to move along whatever’s lingering in there. And by morning, that acid has emptied out. But if you wake up earlier than usualor the middle of the night – that unfinished process can leave you feeling queasy. If that happens to you, Dr. Peterson says to eat a little something to neutralize the acid, and you’ll be feeling better in no time.

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