No, sugar has no intrinsic relationship with nightmares. Nightmares are results of over imagination caused by say witnessing a late night Horror film. Intake of sugar has little to cause nightmares.
Yes, in my experience it can cause some people (but not all) to have nightmares or disturbed sleep. Sugar caused me to have very bad dreams and disturbed sleep (in the days when I occasionally consumed sugar or products containing sugar). .
Eating ice cream before bed could cause nightmares. Studies have shown that eating high sugar foods such as ice cream can cause nightmares.
No, cheese consumption does not directly cause nightmares.
It can cause you to have nightmares
There are no scientific studies that show that it causes nightmares in all or any people; however, the two things that most chocolate contains (sugar and caffeine) may be the root cause of any nightmare suspicions or problems. Both sugar and caffeine create nervous energy in our body.
No, there is no particular food that causes nightmares. But different individuals are sensitive to certain foods that might cause indigestion or abdominal pain which can disturb sleep. Disturbed sleep, in turn, can cause nightmares. So it is not the food itself that is responsible for the nightmares, but the indigestion and discomfort that disrupts sleep.
It's possible.The high level of Myoglobin in tuna muscle tissue can cause headaches, nightmares and anxiety in some people.