Insomnia and Food Allergies / Sleep and Food Allergies
Insomnia is the inability to sleep at a time when sleep should normally occur.
Sleep is a necessity to everyone. The average person needs 8 hours of sleep each night. People with insomnia may have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.
Insomnia or trouble sleeping can be a symptom of an underlying problem like food allergies.
Insomnia and Food Allergies: Food can cause nervous system distress that can lead to insomnia. If a person is “reacting” to food eaten during the day, they may feel anxious or wired at night, which can prevent them from being able to relax and fall asleep. This can be ANY food! Apple, spinach, carrots, beef, wheat…. ANY food can cause a food allergy reaction which is preventing you from sleeping.
Sleep and Food Allergies: When food allergies are eliminated from the diet, the nervous system calms down and sleep is easier to obtain. Sometimes insomnia is caused by nighttime breathing difficulties. By eliminating food allergies from your diet, breathing can improve, which means a better nights sleep.
You can improve your quality of sleep and find insomnia relief by learning what your individual daily diet and nutrition program should consist of.
Identify your food allergies and get a GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP! Happy ZZZZing
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