Irregular Sleeping Patterns In Youngsters Can Up The Risk of Diabetes; Try These Sleep Inducing Foods

The working conditions of many of the youngsters require them to adapt their body clock frequently to different time zones leading to an imbalance of metabolism.

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Irregular Sleeping Patterns In Youngsters Can Up The Risk of Diabetes; Try These Sleep Inducing Foods

Highlights

  1. Diabetes has become a major cause of worry around the world
  2. Adapting to different time-clocks can create an imbalance in metabolism
  3. The imbalance triggers obesity, hence making them prone to diabetes
Diabetes has become a major cause of worry around the world. The main cause of the increase in the incidence of the disease in youngsters is irregular sleeping patterns and eating habit. The working conditions of many of the youngsters require them to adapt their body clock frequently to different time zones leading to an imbalance of metabolism. The imbalance triggers obesity, hence making them prone to diabetes.

In order to avoid irregular sleeping patterns, it imperative to tweak your diet and choose sleep inducing foods, especially at night. Here are foods that you should definitely add in your daily diet-

1. Oats

Oats with warm milk do not only make one of the best breakfast options, but they also make good bed-time snack. Oats promote sleep inducing melatonin that will help you sleep peacefully.

2. Almonds

Almonds are full of good fats, magnesium and amino acids that not only help you sleep faster but also improve the quality of your sleep. You can add some honey and almonds to a glass of warm milk and drink up to rest well.

3. Honey

Have a teaspoon of honey while you get cozy in your blanket. Honey stimulates the production of tryptophan and at the same time inhibits the activity of orexin, which keeps you alert.

4. Milk

Proteins are the building blocks of tryptophan and a glass of milk is full of them. According to Ayurveda too, it is best to end your day with a glass of milk as it has a calming effect on the brain. Also, a lack of calcium in the body often leads to disrupted sleep.

5. Banana

Bananas are high in carbohydrates that make tryptophan more available to the brain which induces sleep. Moreover, bananas are also rich in magnesium that is known to relax your muscles and nerves.

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