Tip of the Day: 23.12.2013
Trouble sleeping? (We're all a bit too excited to sleep at this time of year!) Choose sleep-friendlier foods. Eat a medium-sized dinner, high in complex carbs with a small amount of protein (complex carbohydrates are digested slowly, which is better news for sleep), at least four hours before going to bed. Sleep-promoting foods include bananas, warm milk, wholewheat bread, potatoes, honey and chamomile tea. But keep caffeine, alcohol, sugary, spicy or fatty foods to the minimum.