Have you ever wondered why some people always manage to get a decent night’s sleep while you toss and turn for hours or wake up repeatedly during the night? It’s possible that your sleeping habits are to blame. A mix of sleeping environment and lifestyle choices that help you get consistent, undisturbed sleep is referred to as good sleep hygiene. Sleep quality has been linked to a diet low in fibre and rich in saturated fat and sugar. Is it possible that modifying your diet will help you obtain a better night’s sleep? Not getting enough sleep might have an impact on your food choices and eating habits. When you don’t get enough sleep you may develop different health conditions like gaining weight. 

Sleep hygiene can benefit you in a variety of ways. Acording to experts, when you get adequate sleep of 7 to 8 hours per night you can:

Get stay generally more healthy and energetic

Maintain a healthy weight

Prevent complications related to  diabetes and heart disease.

Feel more at ease and less stressed

Think clearly during the day

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