According to bottom line health, in a study of 4,548 adults, those with the greatest variety in what they ate throughout the day slept for seven to eight hours each night, while those with the least variety slept for fewer than five hours. Shorter sleep times were also related to low intake of water and common antioxidants, such as vitamin C and lycopene, commonly found in fruits and vegetables.
If you have trouble sleeping: A varied diet, with plenty of fruits and vegetables, may help. In addition to better food choices; the basics for a good night sleep from our sleep workshop are…
No food or alcohol within 2 hours of bed time
Keep your bed room cool, dark and quiet
No computers or electronics within 2 hours of bedtime
For specific nutritional recommendations or complimentary sleep consultation, contact us now.