Mediterranean diets not only lower your risk of heart disease, stroke, and cancer, but they have also been found to improve your sleep.
Low calcium intake linked to trouble falling asleep and less restful sleep. Canned sardines provide calcium for folks who can't or won't eat dairy.
This fruit is a good source of vitamin B6 and should be consumed before night. Low B6 levels can interfere with serotonin production, resulting to sleep disturbances.
In addition to magnesium, almonds have been shown to promote a good night's sleep.
Those who eat a lot of fiber are more likely to sleep soundly at night. Slow wave sleep, the type that leaves you more alert in the morning, was associated with higher fiber intake.
Selenium deficiency is prevalent, and it has been related to problems falling asleep. Crab is an excellent source of selenium.
Men who ate salmon three times a week for six months improved their sleep and daily functioning, according to a 2014 study. Higher HRV indicates less stress in the body.
Only a single serving of soy each day, such as tofu, milk or edamame, helped patients get good & enough snooze time.
Rice's high glycaemic index, which means it releases sugar quickly, may make it an effective sleep aid, according to some research.