Find out what to munch on for better slumber.
By Reina Berger
If you've been tossing and turning and trying every possible solution to get a good night's rest it may be time to look into your diet. Certain foods can cause indigestion, insomnia, heartburn, dehydration, and gas – all factors that can cause restlessness when you slumber. Not eating enough or eating too close to bedtime can disrupt your sleep, so it's crucial that you eat enough of the right foods and give yourself a three-hour break from eating before your head hits the pillow. If you want to tweak what you eat to avoid any late night issues, these five beverages and snacks are a great place to start.
Bananas, also known as "a sleeping pill in a peel", are not only delicious and filling but also packed with potassium and magnesium which help to put your body in a relaxed state. You can eat bananas on their own, paired with toast, or you can even make a tea using banana peels to sip on after dinner.
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