Insomnia is very common in the U.S., with 30 to 40 percent of American adults experiencing symptoms of insomnia each year. There are many tips and tricks you can do to help you get to sleep every night. Many of them come in the form of practicing good sleep hygiene, which are basic habits that everyone can apply to their nightly routines that promote getting great sleep at night.
One of the most underrated sleep hygiene practices that really goes far in improving quality sleep is making the right foods choices.
So, for all those seasoned insomniacs out there — and for anyone who occasionally can’t fall or stay asleep — we’ve selected 8 foods for getting a good night’s rest. Check them out!