Can't Sleep? These Foods Can Help With Insomnia
Do you have trouble falling asleep at night? Are you tired but wander through the house aimlessly, hoping for just a few hours of relaxation in dreamland? If so, you may be due for a midnight snack.
What your body needs right now is serotonin. This is the neurotransmitter that promotes a peaceful sleep. Serotonin slows down nerve activity and spreads mood-boosting feelings throughout the body. In the dark, the brain converts serotonin to the hormone melatonin, which controls sleep. And guess what? You can help your body produce serotonin by eating! Here are a few foods to turn to when you're having trouble falling asleep.
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