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What you eat and drink during the day could prevent you from sleeping well at night.
So it’s worth taking some time to think about your diet and how you could improve it for a more restful night.
Foods and habits known to affect sleep include:
Try to avoid these in the evenings and see if you notice any difference in the quality of your sleep.
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