May is Better Sleep Month, a time for you to evaluate your nighttime routine to get the best night’s sleep. The following post was written by eatingwell.com.
Some people have trouble falling asleep. Others can’t stay asleep. And then there are the people who have trouble turning life “off” and tucking into bed at a reasonable hour.
Whatever the reason, we’re not alone—more than 50 million Americans don’t get enough shut-eye. Yet the health benefits of a good night’s rest are countless: sleep helps keep you happy, your brain sharp, your immune system strong, your waistline trim, your skin looking youthful—and lowers your risk of high blood pressure and heart disease.
Adding these foods to your diet may help to increase your odds of a successful slumber.