Having trouble getting a good night’s sleep? Well you’re not alone. According to recent reports, a whopping 50-70 million Americans suffer from wakefulness or some type of sleep disorders. Experts recommend that individuals get a least 7-9 hours of sleep per evening, but many find it very difficult to achieve even the minimum recommendation.
There are many reasons that you aren’t getting a good night’s sleep. Here are some culprits that might be preventing you from getting the shuteye you both want and need:
The Wrong Food and Drink There’s absolutely nothing wrong with eating a snack before bed. In fact, science shows that certain food and beverages can have a calming effect, and help sleep come easier. But certain things have a way of waking the mind of and putting your digesti