Getting the recommended amount of sleep for your age is essential for proper overall health. Adults aged between 18 and 60 should aim for at least 7 hours of quality sleep, while those who are over 65 should close their eyelids for more than 8 hours, as per CDC recommendations.
So, are you getting enough sleep? Poor sleep quality is actually associated with a wide range of health issues. From weight gain to chronic inflammation, sleep deprivation can affect your health in various ways. Unfortunately, sleeping like a baby is easier said than done.
If you’re also struggling to get proper sleep, you’re not alone. Over 79 percent of Americans are not getting the recommended amounts of sleep. And while some of them are trying to solve their sleeping problem, the vast majority don’t even see it as an issue.
Indeed, we can all agree that certain unfortunate events from someone’s life can interfere with his/her sleep quality. Still, if the problem persists, he or she should most definitely seek medical help as soon as possible. Medication helps a lot, but we’d rather prefer the natural way.
With that in mind, let’s find out together which foods you should eat right before bedtime.
3 thoughts on “7 Foods You Should Definitely Eat Before Bedtime”
I have found that melatonin makes “restless leg symptoms worse and have found that to be so….
Very interesting I. just have to watch my potassium
Thanks. I will try