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Updated 4:43 AM ET, Tue March 16, 2021
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01 foods to help you sleep YOGURT STOCK01 foods to help you sleep YOGURT STOCK
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An evening ritual can include foods that help you get ready to rest. Consider yogurt topped with fresh mixed berries as an evening snack. Shutterstock
Tart cherry juice is rich in melatonin. Shutterstock
After dinner, pair a shot of cherry juice with walnuts, another good source of melatonin. Shutterstock
Roast some chickpeas and enjoy with warm milk. Both are a source of the amino acid tryptophan. Shutterstock
Add kiwi, a source of serotonin, to your rotation of nighttime snacks. Shutterstock
Packed with magnesium, a quinoa salad with spinach, avocado and pumpkin seeds is a recipe for sleep success. Add toasted pine nuts as a flavor boost. Shutterstock
Bananas with peanut butter is also a magnesium-rich combination. It's helpful for those with diabetes, too. StepanPopov/Shutterstock
Consider a pan-fried salmon steak for dinner. The fish protein contains an amino acid that could potentially relieve stress. Shutterstock
Whip up an omelet with herbs, microgreens and peas. If you're feeling fatigued, the eggs could improve your sleep quality. Shutterstock
A post-dinner snack of cheese can also help you get a better night's rest. Yes, please. Shutterstock
Unwind with a cup of herbal chamomile tea after a long, hectic day. Shutterstock
A glass of warm golden milk with turmeric and spices is a soothing bedtime treat. Shutterstock