Can’t sleep? Seven foods that will help you sleep better


WEB DESK: Do you find it difficult to sleep?? Or it is difficult for you to sleep fully? Then there is some exciting thing for you.

You can get rid of the issue of being sleep deprived by eating some food items that are easily available. Some foods are naturally rich with chemicals that regulate your body’s internal clock, like; tryptophan, serotonin and melatonin.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, proteins and dairy — like nuts and yogurt — contain tryptophan, the amino acid you need to put your body to sleep. And carbohydrates — like breads and rice — can also help you sleep, since they help speed up the release of sleep-inducing chemicals.

Here we have enlisted some bed time snacks that will help you with sleep:

Cherries

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Cherries are one of the few natural foods that contain melatonin, the hormone that regulates your body’s internal clock. One study found that extra tart cherry juice could help jet-lagged subjects sleep better than supplements.

Walnuts

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Walnuts are a hearty source of tryptophan, the sleep-enhancing amino acid that helps make serotonin and melatonin. Walnuts also contain their own source of melatonin.

Almonds

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Almonds are another sleep-inducing nut. They are rich in tryptophan and magnesium, which help to naturally reduce muscle and nerve function in addition to steadying your heart rhythm.

Watermelon

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Eating a few slices of watermelon can extend the deep stages of sleep. The fruit can help produce serotonin, which makes it easier to sleep.

Rice

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White rice is another high glycemic index food. Jasmine rice is especially efficient in putting you to sleep. Double whammy: eating tuna fish and white rice together.

Bread

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Bread is high in carbs, which means that it may help you fall asleep in half the usual time. Try toast with cheese or almond butter instead of butter.

Graham Crackers

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Graham crackers contain both carbs and honey, which supports your liver in hormone regulation. Just make sure not to add chocolate or marshmallows and you’re golden.

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