Eat Better, Sleep Better, Live Better
At stressful times in life, sleep can be elusive. The effects of not getting eight hours of quality sleep a night can be far more harmful than just feeling tired the next day.
The best way to ensure you get quality sleep is to program your body into a sleep routine. That’s where your diet comes in.
A healthier and more regular eating routine will lead to a healthier and more regular sleep routine.
The reason for this is that food helps to set your body’s cortisol rhythm. Cortisol is an essential hormone which controls not only sleep patterns but many other bodily functions such as energy production, muscle strength and resistance to infection. The hormone is produced in cycles and, in a healthily regulated …