Wed, 05/08/2019 - 09:23
Insomnia is a sleep disorder wherein a person faces difficulty in falling asleep or waking up too often and having trouble going back to sleep. Insomnia is usually caused when you lack tryptophan in your diet.
According to a study conducted by the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine in 2018, it has been estimated that 25% of the population experiences acute insomnia each year with 6% people finding that the condition turns in to chronic insomnia over the year.
"Poor Diet, Poor Sleep", is a popular notion. Research indicates that just one-day eating foods high in saturated fat and sugar and low in fiber can result in reduced duration of sleep and difficulty in sleeping.
Henceforth, a proper and healthy diet is necessary for good night sleep and prevent insomnia. At Diet +/-, we study your body profile in detail after running some tests like blood tests and then we make unique diet plans for you accordingly.