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Eat your way to a dreamy sleep: Yes, you should cut down on sugar, carbs and alcohol, but as our essential series reveals, the secret to a good night’s rest lies in the ‘brain’ in your gut
What you eat and when you eat it has an enormous effect on your body clock, your sleep and, by extension, how many years you will live.
By ‘eat’ we mean pretty much anything you take in — food, beverages, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine, medication, herbal remedies and supplements.
Each play a role in either keeping you from deep, restful sleep or nudging your body that much closer to your optimal rhythm.
One of the latest discoveries in sleep research is the link between gut health and a good night’s rest. It makes sense.
What you eat and when you eat it has an enormous effect on your body clock, your sleep and, by extension, how many years you will live
Your entire body — including your digestive system — is designed to have predictable cycles of sleep, wakefulness and eating. And by upsetting that pattern, you throw your body off-kilter, gut and all.
An out-of-rhythm life can create an out-of-rhythm gut, but an out-of-rhythm gut can also create an out-of-rhythm life.
Conversely, good gut health can lead to good sleep. So, the healthier your gut, the easier it is to nod off and stay slumbering.
Getting your gut in order is therefore the place to start when it comes to ensuring the right amount and quality of sleep.
Trillions of microorganisms, mainly bacteria, live in your gastrointestinal tract. This is called your microbiome.