The foods that you eat have an impact on your mood, energy level, and ability to get a good night’s sleep. This video offers pointers to help you choose the right foods to improve your sleep at night. Avoid eating snacks immediately before bed; eating your last meal or snack of the day four hours prior to bedtime is best. The best foods to eat for dinner are those high in protein, calcium, and magnesium. Beverages such as chamomile tea or warm milk can help to relax your digestive system and your mind.
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