• Homeopathic Treatment In Mississauga

While some people complain about restless sleep patterns, there are others who have extreme difficulty in falling asleep and staying asleep, if this condition lasts for more than six months, it is known as chronic insomnia. The sleep deprevation caused due to this condition can affect one’s health and quality of life considerably. In most cases it is family and work related stress that causes insomnia, however there are other reasons as well, for instance, the food you eat. Therefore, changing one’s lifestyle, especially with respect to diet is important, if you wish to remain sleep well and remain healthy.

Below mentioned are five foods that can help you achieve the sleep your body desires.

Almonds are known to be one of the best foods to cure insomnia. They are extremely high on magnesium, which relaxes the muscles and also holds anti-stress properties.

Have a bowl of cherries, they taste yum and will help you get a good night’s sleep too.

Bananas may be known for boosting energy, but they can also help you fall asleep. Bananas contain tryptophan, potassium and magnesium that are known as sleep boosters.

Oatmeal may be something you would usually associate with breakfast, however, it has very high nutritional composition, potassium and magnesium that also makes it a food that you can have in the evening for a good night’s sleep.

So, mix your favorite breakfast treat with some milk, and change your dinner, eat some almonds and also try and tuck in one banana before you hit the sack. Try and change your diet to include these foods and you will see that you can indeed get good night’s rest and achieve a healthy life.

You should get in touch with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist to learn about foods that can help you sleep better and you should also consult with a homeopath to learn about natural foods that can help you feel amazing!

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