Below are some food for insomnia to consider:
Nuts such as walnuts, almonds, cashews, and even pistachios are healthy food for insomnia. They include melatonin (the “sleep hormone”) and other important minerals — magnesium and zinc — which are required for a variety of biological activities.
In a supplement-based clinical experiment, it was discovered this combination of minerals helped older people to sleep better.
Melatonin is naturally present in milk. It also contains high levels of tryptophan that helps in melatonin production, providing the body with some calming benefits.
Cows’ milk contains more melatonin when milked at night, and this milk may be effective in providing a natural dose of the sleep-inducing hormone.
Some studies in the past revealed that drinking malted milk before bedtime reduced sleep disruption. The reason for these advantages is unknown; however, they may be related to the B and D vitamins found in the malted milk.