Find something that keeps your hands busy while you watch TV (or whatever it is you do) in the evenings. Keep your glass of water at hand. Try crochet or knitting or scrapbooking or whatever. For me it's cross-stitch. Not only does it reduce the number of times I think about getting a snack, because my mind is occupied and I'm not bored (and every time I think I want something I take a sip of water), but I usually don't get up to get one because I don't want crumbs or oils from my food getting onto my project. And then suddenly it's time to go to bed and I've made it through the evening without munching :)
You could also try using the "go brush your teeth" trick, but take it a step further and start flossing too (if you don't already). After your last meal, brush and floss for the night. Not only will the toothpaste make most of your snacks taste funny, but you'll be less likely to load up your pearly whites with junk if you have to do all that flossing again before you go to bed. Worked for me anyway :)
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