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Foods that improve your sleep habits

It is very important to get enough sleep each night. When we are well rested, we can better focus on our daily tasks. However, good quality sleep is not always easy for everyone. Some people use to aid sleep to feel rested in the morning. For those of us who struggle with sleep, there are some foods we eat can to improve our snooze fest night.

One of the best known of these foods is milk. Milk is great for us to enter in the mood viscous because it contains a chemical known as tryptophan. This chemical is a substance well known to promote sleep. Some Other foods that contain tryptophan include poultry, bananas, oats and honey. So if you have trouble sleeping, do you a glass of warm milk with honey and wait for the tryptophan to work its way through your body. Other sleep natural aids come in the form of foods rich in carbohydrates. Foods rich in carbohydrate supplement dairy products by increasing the level of sleep inducing tryptophan in the blood. Some great choices include night snack of a bowl of cereal with milk, yogurt with crackers or bread with cheese.

Some foods you should avoid at all costs during the evening are: heavy foods, spicy foods, foods that are high in fat, foods with hidden caffeine (eg hot chocolate, Decaffeinated Coffee and tea) and foods that are naturally heavy, alcoholic beverages, and protein. heavy food has a way of making us uncomfortable, while the spicy food often cause burns. Protein the other is difficult to digest and it contains an amino acid called tyrosine that promotes brain activity. Therefore, if you ever had trouble sleeping, make sure that these foods are not your dinner menu.

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Lauren B. Wallace writes health articles about fitness and nutrition.
Some of her favorite passions include studying the medicinal benefits of herbal remedies

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