5 Fruits That Help You Fall Asleep Faster and Sleep Better

By | October 29, 2022
5 Fruits That Help You Fall Asleep Faster and Sleep Better

About 70 percent of adults in the United States struggle with getting better sleep, and sometimes the problem is their diet.

Eating high-fat, sugary or spicy foods just before bed makes it harder to fall asleep. In contrast, eating more fruits and vegetables can help you fall asleep faster.

When you eat foods highin fat and sugar before bed, your blood sugar levels spike, making you feel awake rather than sleepy before bed.

In this video, we’ll introduce you to some of the best fruits that promote sleep and help you fall asleep faster, as well as their many health benefits.

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00:00 Introduction
00:42 The link between fruit consumption and sleep
01:03 Pineapple
01:16 Avocado
01:32 Bananas
01:42 Cherry
01:49 Orange
02:01 Kiwi
02:13 Grapes
02:26 Tips to sleep better
02:53 Conclusion
03:00 Outro

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