Mental anxiety, unhealthy eating habits, irregular working hours and various such problems cause us to sleep disturbances. Today we will learn from a nutritionist about the natural solution to sleep problems.
Nutritionist Sajeda Kashem Jyoti gave details about this in an episode of regular health program Health Daily. “The busy life we are used to now is affecting our sleep,” he said. Our diet is related to sleeps. Researchers say that six to seven hours of sleep per day is essential for the body.
Many of us think that sleeps means laziness. But sleep is physical rest. Sleeps is essential for the rest of the body that you are leading a busy life every day.
Nutritionist Sajeda Kashem Jyoti said that it is necessary to follow some natural rules to keep the sleep routine right. And when it comes to natural laws, the first thing that comes to mind is proper eating habits. We first need to know why we are not sleeping, then we will know what to play to get our sleep.
We are now addicted to fast food or processed food, which causes arousal in our body and disturbs sleep at night. In addition, we eat a lot of sugary foods, this excess sugar stimulates the body and disturbs sleep. Many people eat sweets at night after meals or before going to bed.
Excessive sweet foods are extremely harmful to the body. Many people drink a lot of tea and coffee throughout the day. The caffeine present in coffee creates excitement in our brain, although coffee relaxes the body, but it is extremely harmful for sleep.
The nutritionist said that there are several foods that will help you sleep better. First of all, let’s talk about sweet potatoes. The magnesium and phosphorus present in sweet potatoes create relaxation in the body. Sweet potatoes are extremely beneficial, especially for muscle and brain relaxation. People who have a habit of eating sweets before going to bed can eat honey instead. The magnesium and potassium present in honey relaxes the body and helps in falling asleep. Then I’m talking about bananas. Bananas contain potassium and magnesium. There is also tryptophan, which helps the body make melatonin and serotonin. Melatonin and serotonin are the ingredients that regulate the sleep cycle. So you can eat a banana every night before going to bed to keep the cycle of melatonin and serotonin right.
Nutritionist Sajeda Kashem Jyoti suggests that you can include lettuce leaves and nuts as a salad in your daily diet. Almonds are extremely beneficial for the body. The nutrients present in nuts help in the secretion of melatonin in the body. So if you include nuts, walnuts, bananas or honey in your daily diet at any one time, then your sleep cycle will be fine. In addition, milk and eggs are very nutritious and effective for sleeps. Especially before going to bed, a glass of milk refreshes the body and relaxes the muscles.
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