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10 foods that help you sleep better

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Sound sleep is one of the biggest blessings. Are you finding it difficult to get a good night sleep? It’s important for us to eat the right kind of foods in order to sleep better. Here are 10 foods that can help you doze off well:

Sweet potatoes

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Sweet potatoes are rich in calcium, potassium, and magnesium. They help you relax and soothe your body. They are a good carbohydrate that keeps you fuller and helps you fall drowsy easily.

Pistachios

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They’re magical for inducing sleep. They contain good amounts of protein and other vital minerals such as vitamin B6 and magnesium.

Cantaloupe

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One of our most favorite fruits, this is a yummy treat to indulge in before you hit the sack. Sometimes water retention levels in the body can affect our sleep. Cantaloupe helps by rehydrating.

Nut buttersleep better

Almond, peanut, and cashew- just have them spread on a piece of toast. Or a portion with your favorite fruit. Being full with a good amount of protein helps you sleep better.

Herbal teassleep better

You must be thinking Tea helps you wake up! But there are some teas which help calm your nerves and allow you have a great sleep. Take chamomile for example.

Oatmeal

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Again, the feeling of fullness helps. Oatmeal increases blood sugar levels and hence the spiked insulin levels help you feel groggy. The melatonin also helps by making you feel drowsy.

Almondssleep better

A steady heart rhythm is required for a good sleep, almonds just help you get that. Rich in tryptophan and magnesium, almonds can relieve muscle and nerve strains.

Bananassleep better

Another good relaxant for muscles and nerves are the good old bananas. Rich in magnesium and potassium they are the perfect bedtime snack as they can spike up your serotonin levels.

Cherries

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Cherries are a natural source of melatonin. When eaten regularly, they can help regulate your sleep cycle.

Dark chocolatesleep better

The serotonin in dark chocolates comes to your rescue. But brush your teeth before you sleep.

What foods help you sleep better. Comment below or tweet to us at Cookifiapp. For the best catering services in Bangalore visit www.cookifi.com. Happy sleeping!

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