Foods That Help You Sleep
Having trouble sleeping at night? If you’re wandering the halls of your home or waking up in the middle of a sleep session, unable to fall back to sleep, it may be due to your diet.
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Ingesting alcohol and caffeine can disturb peaceful slumber. But do you know which foods have the opposite effect? According to an article from ABC News that reports the findings of a University of Pennsylvania new study, there are 4 key nutrients to improving sleep.
- Lycopene (found in tomatoes)
- Simple Carbs (white bread & rice)
- Selenium (seafood & nuts)
- Vitamin C (broccoli, citrus fruits & kale)
For more information on how to get a good night’s rest, check out our Sleep Experts from Worleybeds here!