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Posted by Royal Sundaram on 03 Mar 2017
A good night’s sleep is all that you need to feel fresh and energetic for the next day. But, its significance goes way beyond improving productivity and boosting your mood. Having sufficient amount of sleep is a necessity; it has a surprisingly positive impact on mind, heart, weight and more.
While most of us doze off as soon as we lay our heads on the pillow. Some might find it difficult to get off to sleep. Not getting enough sleep can weaken your immune system thereby leading to a number of health disorders (1). It may even cause severe illnesses requiring hospitalization, and leaving you with worries for filing health insurance claims. Studies have found the direct link between the food we eat and our sleeping patterns. Including certain foods in your diet will help you sleep better.
Here is the list of superfoods to include in your diet for a good night sleep:
Melatonin is a chemical that helps in regulating body’s internal clock. It is found in cherries especially tart cherries. Eat handful of cherries a few hours before going to sleep. Drink a small cup of cherry juice daily to improve conditions like insomnia.
Experts suggest that good sleep is directly associated with consuming nutrients like alpha carotene. And, carrots are a great source of this nutrient. Canned, juice or consuming it raw will definitely help you get better rest.
This is the most common beverage that will promise you good sleep. A glass of warm milk before bedtime help you fall asleep faster. As we all know that milk is good source of calcium, it helps in regulating melatonin.
Greek yogurt has recently become popular amongst young health enthusiasts. The main reason behind its popularity is that it is tasty as well as low on fat. However, very few people know that it is also a great source of protein, calcium, and vitamin B-12, all which help in regulating sleep.
Be it Salmon, Cod or Tuna, Fish is one superfood with multiple health benefits. Not only does it improve your vision, it is also a great source of rest boosting nutrients.
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