What are the foods for good sleep?

Sleep is very important for human health, says psychologist:  7 to 8 hours of sleep a night is very useful for most people.

"We need to set an 8- to 9-hour bedtime to create an ideal environment for this, and we need to know that despite our best efforts, our sleep is less than that," he said. 

It also includes foods that play an important role in a good night's sleep, as well as the amount of time you need to sleep and a specific environment.


Top of the list is cherries, which contain melanin, which promotes good sleep.

Dark chocolate

Then comes the dark chocolate number. Dark chocolate contains serotonin, which relaxes your body and mind and creates a feeling of peace and happiness.


Almonds contain tryptophan and magnesium, both of which naturally stabilise the heartbeat while reducing muscle and nerve function.


Walnuts, which contain melanin, serotonin and magnesium, also promote good sleep.


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Then there is watermelon, which is mostly water and it helps in maintaining sleep by eliminating dehydration during sleep.

Green tea

Tea made from flowers, leaves and seeds which we can also call green tea has proved to be very effective in treating insomnia.


Pistachios, which contain protein, magnesium and vitamin B6, are good for good sleep.


Porridge or porridge that most people eat for breakfast in the morning, but according to Alex, if a small cup of the above mentioned porridge is added to the diet in the evening, it also causes the best sleep.


Bananas contain potassium and magnesium which are very helpful in calming the muscles, therefore bananas are also useful for sleep.