Eat Right And Have A Good Night’s Sleep

What you eat during the day and evening can affect your sleeping patterns. If your diet consists of a high amount of processed foods you may want to try eating more wholesome products.

You may want to eliminate, reduce, or substitute the amount of sugars, fats, and preservatives from your daily intake of food. Not only would this benefit your overall health, this has a good chance of helping you fall asleep properly in the evening.

Eat a well balanced diet by following the recommended daily food allowance.

Make sure you are meeting the daily requirements for fresh fruits and vegetables. Complex, not ordinary carbohydrates and stick to fish and poultry for your protein. Beef and pork is to be avoided in as much as possible, though veggie burgers are a nice alternative to the old guilty pleasure.

Consider that you may have some food allergies and if you do, avoid the foods that cause them. If your body is allergic to certain foods it may affect the way you think and feel.

Make yourself aware of allergies because this could contribute to sleep problems. Some common food allergies that are known to contribute to insomnia are corn, dairy products, wheat, and chocolate.

As much as you could, schedule your final meal of the day to fall at least four hours before turning in. Stay within the parameters of a balanced meal. You may feel sluggish after overeating, so keep your portions reasonable in the evening.

You want to avoid feeling tired or napping in the early evening hours as this will greatly hinder your ability to fall asleep at bedtime. You want to avoid the tendency of grabbing a midnight snack (ostensibly rich in fat and/or sugar) so eat enough to avoid those late-night hunger pangs.

If you find that you are hungry before bed you may find that a small snack an hour or two before bedtime will help. This means avoiding the usual fatty and/or sugary foods, and avoiding meat or protein products.

Expunge any overly spicy or hard to digest foods from your diet. Try a bit of cereal and milk or one serving of low-fat yogurt. By eating these foods and other similar ones, you can avoid going hungry late in the evening but still avoid the temptation to overeat.

Again, if we may reiterate – your objective is to avoid going hungry and give your body the R&R it needs.

Drink at least enough water in the daytime. The daily recommended intake for water, according to most experts, is eight glasses or two liters.

If your body is well hydrated it won’t signal you to wake up during the night. If you regularly have to wake up to urinate in the middle of the evening, avoid drinking any type of fluid an hour or less before bed.

The healthier you eat the more balanced you will feel both physically and emotionally.

You won’t have to wake up in the middle of the night or in the morning after a fitful sleep by following the hints above.

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