For a better night’s sleep, skip these foods before you go to bed

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If you’re struggling to get to sleep at night, try skipping that late evening snack. Also take a look at the things you tend to eat later in the day, as this will affect the quality of your sleep, says nutrition specialist Milan Hollingshaus. Overall, the main thing is to listen and know your own body, is his advice – but try avoiding the following if possible. Drinks containing caffeine and sugar, such as coffee, black tea or energy drinks, keep you awake, so it is better to avoid them before bedtime. “Rich meals with a high proportion of hard-to-digest or slow-to-digest foods such as meat an…

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