Sleep and eating habits affect one another. A growing body of evidence points to correct nutrition—a healthy consumption of varied fruits, and vegetables containing vitamins and nutrients—being vital to sleep. A lack of certain nutrients, particularly calcium, magnesium, vitamins A, C, D, E, and K, are linked to problems sleeping. They do not directly cause […]
We spend around one-third of our lives sleeping. So it's an essential part of our lives and overall wellbeing. Aside from exercise and a healthy diet, what's the key to good, quality sleep? Find out more about getting a good night's sleep, here.