The Diet that Helps You Sleep Better
It has been said again and again that what you eat has a large impact on your life. An imbalanced diet will not only cause nutrient deficiencies, but may also cause sleep issues. An article, recently published in the U.S. News & World Report, shed light on the connection between diet and sleep. It also highlighted foods that are right for the body.
Sleep deprived people often suffer from many problems. Some people fail to understand the diet and sleep relationship. However, research has proven that there indeed is a very strong connection between the two.
This is why it is important to keep an eye on your eating habits and make sure that you eat the right thing at the right time.
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So, what is a sleep-friendly diet? It is all about balancing the right minerals and keeping them in the right amount. Some suggestions are given below:
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