We are what we eat, and now researchers are saying that our diet affects how we sleep. A study, published in the journal Appetite found differences in the diets of people who slept for seven to eight hours a night compared with those snoozing for five.
Since less sleep is
associated with high blood pressure, poorer blood-glucose control
(increasing the risk of diabetes) and obesity
(as is more sleep in some studies), shouldn't we eat the foods that are
most likely to help us sleep a healthy amount? And does anyone know
what foods these are?
Source - Guardian