Learn how to get a better night's sleep with these 3 tips to beat insomnia.
Relaxation techniques, like deep breathing, getting into a “bedtime routine” of winding down, even journaling those stressful thoughts that keep your mind jumping. These tips can all help you sleep but as the associate nutrition editor at EatingWell Magazine and a registered dietitian, I'm also interested in how to use food to beat insomnia.
So I asked some of EatingWell’s nutrition advisors what foods they use (or avoid) to help them get a good night’s sleep. Here’s what they said.
—Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D., Former Associate Nutrition Editor for EatingWell