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People have been using food and herbs traditionally for centuries to help them nod off, from cups of hot milk to chamomile tea. Now, we’re starting to understand the reasons behind some of the foods that help calm the body and promote a restful night’s sleep.
Certain amino acids found in foods can help with sleep by nourishing the nervous system. One of those being closely studied right now is L-theanine, dubbed ‘the relaxation amino acid’ and found in green tea, black tea, white and matcha green teas. L-theanine is an amino acid found to enhance sleep and also help reduce anxiety in a growing number of scientific papers.
Rick Hay is an Australian nutritional therapist who is now based in London He is a lecturer in weight management at the College of Naturopathic Medicine His comments come after a survey last week found Brits are struggling to sleep It’s official, we don’t sleep enough.
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