Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine inform that nearly 1 in 10 adults in the United States suffers from insomnia.
Lot of these people suffer from short-term insomnia, many of them also suffer from chronic insomnia (i.e., difficulty falling or staying asleep for more than six months). Such sleep deprivation can significantly decrease the quality of one’s life.
Number one cause of insomnia is stress related to work and family, but also can be caused by eating the wrong foods such as those rich in sugar, caffeine, gluten or polyunsaturated fat — can also contribute to insomnia.
Therefore, improving one’s diet is an important first step toward ending insomnia, especially if one favors foods that are known to improve sleep.