Getting a good night sleep is crucial for the way you feel during the day. As a consequence to lack of sleep your professional and personal life and general health may suffer greatly, this makes sleeping disorder one of the most dangerous conditions.
Different factors affect your sleep: stress, illness, noises, wrong bedtime habits like eating high energy food right before going to bed, etc. But whatever the factors are one thing is certain- this is a problem that needs to be solved.
Milk has some tryptophan, an amino acid that has a sedative-like effect, and calcium, which helps the brain use tryptophan.
Drizzle a little in your warm milk or herb tea. Lots of sugar is stimulating, but a little glucose tells your brain to turn off orexin, a recently discovered.
Try sprinkling 2 tablespoons of these healthy little seeds on your bedtime oatmeal. They're rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a natural mood lifter.
Packed with healthy carbohydrates, bananas can help you slow down a little bit.
Same as milk, but with more protein to boot, so it’s a satisfying snack before bed. Just choose a sugar-free, low-fat variety to avoid weight gain.