5 foods for a good night’s sleep (treatment of insomnia)

Some foods have a lot of carbohydrates, melatoni, magnesium and potassium which affect the healthier sleep or treat insomnia.

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For normal  functioning during the day, you need a good sleep. Research shows that men are sufficiently 6 hours of sleep, and the women need 8 hours of sleep to be full of energy for the next day. Certain foods can also help in the treatment of insomnia, thus enhancing healthy sleep. They contain a higher dose of B vitamins, which improves the ability of our body to regulate the secretion of tryptophan and produces more serotonin, both components important for the regulation of sleep.

  1. Cherries contain melatonin, which controls the internal clock and the cycle of wakefulness and sleep. As in our body increases level of melatonin, we become more sleepier and we need less time to fall asleep. Drinking glasses of cherry juice before going to sleep (for adults), helping our body to fall asleep more easily, says research. This is particularly useful in chronic insomnia.
  2. Milk-containing amino acid tryptophan, which in our body converts the hormone serotonin, known as „hormone of happiness“, necessary for healthy sleep. Calcium and protein soothing effect on the body, and calcium relaxes the muscles and nervous system.
  3. Bananas contain calcium and magnesium and help faster sleep. Relax the muscles naturally. They’re full of tryptophan, the neurotransmitter that has a calming effect.
  4. Bat at-sweet potato that has a low hypoglycemic index, this means that the level of sugar in the blood will not jump too much or jump too fast. Bat at contains carbohydrates and potassium, ingredients that have a calming effect on the nervous system and provide a light sleeper.
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