Ken Zweig, MD

Internist at Northern Virginia Family Practice
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  • Quote on what foods are good for sleep:
    In my opinion, a better question than what to eat for better sleep is what NOT to eat. Caffeine, even 8 hours before bed, can impact sleep, and caffeine can be hidden in a lot of food and drinks. Alcohol can have a big negative impact on sleep, including limiting both the duration and quality of sleep. And quality sleep is directly related to overall health, so diets high in sugars and saturated fats, especially before bed, can decrease overall sleep and restfulness.

    9 September 2021
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