How to get to sleep: Take this herbal extract to fall asleep faster and better


    “In fact, lack of sleep creates a vicious cycle – the more tired you are, the more caffeine you’ll consume to stay awake during the day, but the more caffeine you consume, the harder it’ll be to fall asleep at night,” the NSF points out.

    Not only are foods and drinks high in caffeine likely to keep you up at night, but they’re also usually replete with sugar or artificial sugar and not much else, warns the NSF.

    It is also important to avoid exercising too near to bed.

    The NHS explains: “A good workout can make you more alert, speed up your metabolism and energise you for the day ahead, but exercise right before bedtime can lead to a poor night’s sleep.”


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