Struggling to sleep every night? Trying to turn from left to right though the night, signs are you should consider changing your diet.
Who knew a banana would help put you to sleep or probably some almonds too.
Here are some foods you should consider adding to your shopping list and say goodbye to those sleepless nights.
They contain tryptophan, an amino acid that turns to serotonin and melatonin in the brain. The neurotransmitter serotonin helps regulate the body’s sleep cycle, while the chemical melatonin helps control the body’s internal clock.
This snack is packed with protein and magnesium, which provides muscle relaxation and promotes sleep.
It contains lactucarium, which works like a mild sedative to help relax the brain and ease you into a quick slumber.
Cherries are naturally full of melatonin — but make sure they are the tart kind!
Cheese is high in calcium and thus helps the body relax.
Melatonin levels in the body can decrease with age. This fruit can raise its levels over 200 percent.
Are rich in vitamin B6, which helps your body produce serotonin.
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