Having trouble sleeping? Then maybe it's your diet. Let's look at changes you can make to give your body a better chance of getting a good night's rest. Of course, there are many other causes of sleep deprivation. But if you've invested in the best mattress, and done all the natural steps taken to have a better sleep and still find it hard, then you need to check your diet. They are foods to avoid befor sleeping but in this articcule, I'll be listing the food you should take to ensure a healthy sleeping habit.
Now the Fish is high in vitamin B6 , which encourages the production of the sleep hormone melatonin. Fatty fish is also a good source of vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, which are important in the production of the serotonin, which is known to aid sleep. Researchers has made us to know that people who eat fish (especially salmon) three times per week enjoyed better sleep, as well as improved daytime functioning.
Another place to find vitamin B6 is bananas. The bananas also contain magnesium, which has been linked to lower stress levels; potassium, which acts as a muscle-relaxant; and melatonin itself. Because of these reasons, bananas are widely believed to encourage better sleep
3. Milk, dairy and soy milk
Warm milk has been believed for generations to help you sleep, and that's not surprising. Not only does it contain tryptophan, but the calcium it also contains, helps our bodies to harness said tryptophan to manufacture melatonin. The same goes for other dairy products including cheese and yoghurt, as long as they're consumed in moderation.
The Almonds aren't just a good, low-fat source of protein that can help to stabilize blood sugar as part of a balanced diet. It also contains magnesium, tryptophan, an amino acid that plays a central role in the production of serotonin,if you want a late night snacks then almond is best for you. other nuts such as walnuts, peanuts and cashews have similar qualities.
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