Trouble sleeping? Adding these foods to your diet may help to increase your odds of a successful slumber.
Containing both tryptophan and magnesium – a mineral needed for sleep quality – this healthy snack may reduce muscle and nerve function, as well as steady your heart rhythm, naturally. A study published in the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine found that when the body’s magnesium levels are too low, it makes it harder to stay asleep. In other words, you’ll be sleeping like a baby in no time
Well-known for being rich in magnesium and potassium, bananas help relax overstressed muscles. Meanwhile, tryptophan, which converts to serotonin and melatonin – the brain’s key calming hormones – increases relaxation.
A glass of cherry juice may be all you need to ease your way into a deep sleep, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and University of Rochester say. Findings suggest that cherries — tart varieties — naturally boost the body’s supply of melatonin, which aids people struggling with insomnia. While the jury is still out on just how much juice or how many cherries one must eat in order to reap the benefit, experts claim that sipping a glass of cherry juice or indulging with a serving of fresh, frozen or dried cherries before bedtime won’t hurt anyony
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