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Foods that can Help You Sleep Better

If you struggle to fall asleep of stay asleep, take a look at your diet.   Certain foods before going to bed, can help bring sleep more easily and improve its quality.

Almonds:  Contains magnesium, which promotes both sleep and muscle relaxation.  Supply protein to help maintain blood sugar.   Eat:  almonds, almond butter

Tea:  Chamomile tea is a safe sleep aid.   Green tea contains theamine which promotes sleep.  Just make sure its decaf.   1 cup serving.

Miso Soup:  Amino acids that help boost melatonin, a natural hormone that helps make you sleepy.

Bananas:  Magnesium and potassium which can help relax your muscles. They also contain tryptophan which helps with sleep.

Dairy:  Yogurt, milk and cheese contain tryptophan.  Calcium also works as a good stress reliever.

Oatmeal:  Contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, and potassium, all important nutrients that support sleep.  Don't add sweeteners.

Hard-boiled eggs:  high in protein, can help you stay asleep.

Cherries:  Frozen, dried, fresh or in juice form, especially tart cherries have been proven to help sleep.  They relax you.

Cereal:  A small whole-grain cereal without sugar can help you sleep.  complex-carbs boost tryptophan which helps with sleep. 

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