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 There are many sleep disorders but insomnia is one of the worse. It is terrible to lay awake when you have to be up early for work or school. There are many different causes for you not falling asleep, too much caffeine, stress about tomorrow, frustration over something you can't control. It is important not to drink caffeine before you want to go to bed. After a few nights of not sleeping you may need to look at your diet.

 Always talk to your doctor about why your not sleeping. You can try what research has shown that you can try eating a small amount of food to help you sleep. Research and doctors have found that blood after eating is sent to the stomach to help with digesting. When you draw blood from the brain you get sleepy. A light snack just before bedtime will tell your body its time to rest.

 As many know turkey and chicken contain a high amount of amino acid called tryptophan which research has shown effects the part of the brain that tells us to nap or sleep. However tryptophan in pill form has been banned doctors have said in food form it is ok to consume. You don't want to stuff yourself with turkey before bed but you can try a glass of low fat milk and a piece of cheese which will boost your levels of tryptophan.

 There is a natural sleep aid called melatonin which is found in foods. There are several foods that contain melatonin oats, sweet corn, rice, ginger, bananas and barley. You can try a small portion or eat a banana if your having trouble falling asleep. There are other causes of sleep disorders that doctors and research have found. Iron and copper are very important to sleep so if you are not getting enough of these minerals you need to try and get them into your diet. Doctors have found that low levels of magnesium can cause insomnia. You can get more by eating green leafy vegetables and you can take vitamin B which has shown to help.

 Foods that you should not consume at night are coffee and chocolate which can send your brain into overdrive. Soft drinks are full of sugar and caffeine and need to be avoided. It is hard to believe but alcohol or a glass of wine can keep you from sleeping, you might want to try a glass of warm milk.  

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