Sleep

The Effects of Food and Diet on Your Sleep

Getting a full seven to nine hours of sleep is essential for maintaining a healthy diet. However, the fuel you put in your body can affect the quality and the amount of sleep you get. It’s not just about what you eat but when you eat it. The human body relies on predictable patterns of behaviour to time the sleep cycle. There’s not a whole lot that’s more predictable than the need for food. You can use the timing of your meals and your diet to enhance the quality of your sleep and, in so doing, you’re supporting your ability to make better food choices.  

Tips for Restorative Sleep

This informative, concise and visual infographic gives us numerous tips and advice on the importance and benefits of sleep.

This was created by Virginia Spine Institute

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