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Foods to Induce Quality Sleep

In today’s world, it can be tough to get the sleep you need. Insomnia is more prevalent than ever, and more and more people are having to rely on pills and other tricks to get any sort of sleep. Fortunately, however, getting better sleep may be no more difficult than stocking your kitchen correctly. If you are having trouble sleeping, but would like to increase the amount of quality sleep you are getting, check out these sleep inducing foods.

Milk

You may have heard that a glass of warm milk will help you sleep. This can be true for some people. After all, think about a baby. When they get a belly full of warm milk, sleep is sure to follow. Milk can help you feel full, so you won’t be woken up with hunger pains. It can also give you a blast of calcium and Vitamin D, both of which can help eliminate aches and pains that might keep you awake. They can also help to induce a sense of calm on the body. If you are really having trouble sleeping, grab a cup of milk, warm it up, and sip to fall and stay asleep.

Yogurt

This is another food that contains a lot of calcium. For some reason, calcium is thought to bring about sleep for many people. With yogurt, it can also help to alleviate belly aches that might keep you awake or wake you up in the night. Yogurt contains probiotics, which help balance out digestion and keep aches in the belly far away. Eat a cup before bed, and enjoy a good night’s rest.

Kale

Leafy greens like kale are another great way to get healthy doses of calcium. If you are not a fan of kale, similar leafy greens like spinach may do the trick. You can also put kale with some other fruits and veggies to make a delicious kale shake. The sleep benefit will be the same, but the taste will be much easier to tolerate.

Banana

Bananas are good for sleep because they contain potassium. Potassium can help eliminate muscle cramps that keep some people awake at night. They also contain a large amount of the Vitamin B6. This vitamin is responsible for helping the body produce melatonin. Melatonin is what puts the body in a state of rest. Have a banana before bed to help you feel sleepy and to keep ramps away.

Getting enough sleep can definitely be tough. With our ever busy lives and the stress that comes along with them, sleep is something that many people lose as they age. Luckily, with some preparation and a healthily stocked kitchen, you can bring on sleep and enjoy the benefits that come with it.

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