Most people tend to have trouble sleeping at night. But have you ever wondered why, and what may be the cause? Trying to sleep and not being able to, is a problem for most people. Of course there may be reasons for the matter of which could likely be because of burden, struggles in life and also may result from what we do.
By what we do, I mean the things we do before attempting to sleep. Which include the foods we eat. You should be aware by now that, there are certain components in food which when consumed affect a person's will to sleep. These components interfere with the body's functioning to keep a person awake, rather than making them sleep.
Therefore there is the need to avoid such foods like one's containing;
Caffeine which is meant to keeping the body alert and awake. Mainly to fulfill tasks and what students use to study late at night.
Sugary foods which keep the body hyper and active.
And as much as possible, try not to consume any heavy food before bed. The body needs to digest the food to convert to energy and use during sleep.
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