4. Kiwi.

Kiwis are sweet and delicious, and additionally they are loaded with phosphorus, magnesium,folate, and potassium, which have been linked to helping sleep conditions.

A recent study from Japan has actually concluded that eating two or more kiwis one hour before going to bed, will help to improve your quality of sleep, and ability to sleep through the night.

5. Carbs.

We all know the tired feeling we all get after eating a carb heavy meal. This is because carbs make your blood sugar rise, which can take steps to regulate your body's natural sleep, and wake clock.

However, this doesn't mean eating a huge bowl of pasta isn't necessarily the best option, a wiser decision would be a simple slice of toast, or two, for a lighter way to get the necessary carbs.

6. Salmon.

Even though salmon may seem like an odd late night snack, you can still get the needed benefits consuming it as a meal for dinner.

The omega 3 fatty acids found in fish like this have been researched and found to help promote better sleep in your body, but if you prefer not to eat fish, then a 600 milligram capsule should be just as effective.

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