Foods To Eat For A Good Night’s Sleep And How To Avoid Insomnia
LONDON, England, Monday February 20, 2017 – Recent research showing that insufficient sleep depresses the immune system, increasing the risk of infection and disease, makes a good night’s sleep more important than ever.
Unfortunately, many insomniacs are unwittingly sabotaging their sleep, with experts now maintaining that a late-night diet rich in spicy dishes and most high-protein foods, as well as caffeine, is keeping us awake at night.
According to Sammy Margo, sleep expert and author of The Good Sleep Guide: “Although many of us understand the importance of nutrition during the day, this research clearly shows few of us are aware that certain foods can help to promote a more restful sleep.
“Lying down after eating a spice-laden meal can result in heartburn and a restless night. Fatty foods high in protein, like steak, digest slowly and may disturb our Circadian rhythm.
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