|Try some carbs before bed||Doctors will sometimes recommend eating a slice of bread or some crackers before bedtime, which may reduce anxiety and promote sleep.|
|Cut the caffeine||Stop drinking coffee and tea, and avoid other caffeinated products to avoid night-time restlessness.|
|Uncover allergies||Food allergy may also contribute to insomnia. Work with a knowledgeable practitioner to discover potential sensitivities.|
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