Want to sleep better? Changing your diet may be the answer. In this video we are going to show you foods that are rich in an sleep-enhancing amino acid called tryptophan.
In the last few months, we talked a lot about the importance of sleeping well. And it’s a fact that a good night’s sleep can improve your concentration, health, and mood.
Having a good night of sleep is very important to your health since it’s during the night that many metabolic processes happen in our body.
But, did you know that a certain amino acid can help you have a repairing and very relaxing rest?
We are talking about tryptophan, an amino acid very important to our sleep and mood. Many people don’t even know, but tryptophan is the precursor of serotonin and melatonin.
Another very important benefit offered by tryptophan is that it works as a natural stimulant against insomnia and fatigue.
Because of that, foods with a high concentration of tryptophan should be consumed before going to bed, to improve sleep quality.
They can also be consumed at breakfast to promote a wellness feeling throughout the day.
According to researchers, to regulate our sleep, we need to consume foods with tryptophan every day.
But, do you know which foods have this amino acid?
Besides that, there are many habits you can adopt to ensure a good night of sleep and more energy during the day.
Change your routine to enjoy good moments of leisure, rest, and better health!
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