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9 Foods to Help You Sleep

Foods for Sleep

Adding these foods to your diet may help to increase your odds of a successful slumber.

Some people have trouble falling asleep. Others can’t stay asleep. And then there are the people who have trouble turning life “off” and tucking into bed at a reasonable hour.

Whatever the reason, we’re not alone—more than 50 million Americans don’t get enough shut-eye. Yet the health benefits of a good night’s rest are countless: sleep helps keep you happy, your brain sharp, your immune system strong, your waistline trim, your skin looking youthful—and lowers your risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. Download a FREE Heart-Healthy Dinner Recipe Cookbook!

Here’s the good news: Adding these foods to your diet may help to increase your odds of a successful slumber.

Brierley Wright, M.S., R.D., Nutrition Editor

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