A GOOD DIET FOR A PROPER CONCILIATION
The food we eat at dinner and the activities we make before sleep are determining the ease or difficulty to fall asleep. It is clearly documented that there are some nutrients in foods which affect our quality of sleep.
NUTRIENTS IN FOODS AFFECTING OUR QUALITY OF SLEEP
Foods rich in tryptophan such as fish, chicken or walnuts increase serotonin synthesis, a neurotransmitter promoting states of calm, well-being and sleep. B complex vitamins from foods as brewer’s yeast, wheat germ, vegetables, eggs, fish, fruits etc regulate many functions related to nervous system, such as facilitating a restful sleep.