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13 Sleep-Promoting Foods That Help You Fall Asleep Faster

The Human Collective
Published on 14 Sep 2022 / In Health

Did you sleep well last night? Not having a peaceful good night’s sleep can make you dull and tired the next day. Your work productivity will drop, and you’ll find yourself battling yawns the entire day.

If you’re looking to fall asleep faster, you might want to look into your diet. That’s right, the foods you eat significantly impact your sleep. In today’s video, we’ll discuss sleep-promoting fruits and vegetables that help you fall asleep faster. From almonds and walnuts to fatty fish, we’ll discuss all sleep-promoting foods AND more…

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Intro - 0:00
Fatty Fish - 00:30
Almonds - 01:21
Walnuts - 02:18
Fig - 03:02
Cherries - 03:35
Lettuce - 04:30
Carrots - 05:05
Banana - 05:27
Tomatoes - 06:41
Soybeans - 07:17
Pineapples - 07:18
Holy Basil - 08:01
Kiwi - 08:43


Fatty Fish
What if we tell you there’s a delicious way out there to help you sleep better? You heard that right. Plan a delightful dinner like smoked salmon, and you’ll find a drastic improvement in your sleep pattern.

Didn’t like the idea of fatty fish? Looking for a plant-based option? Well, you can try eating almonds.

Loved munching on sleep-promoting almonds? Why not add in a few walnuts as well. They, too, are great at putting you to sleep.

Want to sleep better? Include figs in your daily diet! Figs contain ample amounts of magnesium, iron, calcium, and potassium.

Love munching on cherries? Did you know how great they are for your sleep cycle?

Salads have always been a part of all healthy diets. Lettuce, an essential part of most salads, can also help you improve your sleep cycle. Try adding lettuce-based salads to your dinner to sleep soundly.

Carrots are a rich source of alpha-carotene (ka·ruh·teen). This particular carotenoid is known to aid in getting better sleep. Carrots are one of the best sources of alpha-carotene.

Bananas are another excellent source of tryptophan, which your body can convert to melatonin and serotonin.

Tomatoes are a great source of lycopene (lai·kuh·peen), a phytonutrient that can help you fall asleep.

Soybeans, or edamame, are a great source of calcium. They also come packed with tryptophan, which your body can convert into melatonin and serotonin.

Pineapples are a great way to treat jet lag or insomnia. They are delicious and incredibly beneficial in helping you fall asleep, thanks to all the melatonin they offer.

Holy Basil
Holy basil, also known as Tulsi, has been part of traditional medicine for a long time. One of its many uses is as a sleep remedy. It differs from the sweet basil typically found on pasta dishes.

Did you know that kiwi is said to have sleep-inducing benefits? Participants in a kiwi study ate kiwis an hour before bed. The results? Those who ate two kiwis were able to fall asleep faster and had a better quality of sleep!

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