3 Foods to Help you Sleep—and 3 that Will Not

Picture this scenario: You are all ready to rest your head on the pillow, pull the covers close and settle in for a long night of sleep. But you find yourself tossing and turning, unable to truly rest. Then, in the morning, you feel groggy, half awake and sleep deprived. That creeps into your work, leading your productivity to tank and you being only half with it during the morning’s video call. Since you feel exhausted, all you want to do is crawl back into bed, even if it is 8 a.m. in the morning. In another scenario, you have had a long day of work, and you are ready to hit the hay. Once you do, you have a wonderful sleep which involves no waking or getting up in the middle of the night. You even have some great relaxing dreams. Come morning, you are ready to take in the day.

Chances are, you have experienced a mixture of these scenarios. But, did you ever stop to think about the fact that what you ate or drank the night before could have an impact on your sleep cycle? Get the scoop on foods that can help-or harm-your sleep below, so you can adjust your habits.

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