It’s the beginning of the week and you’re either reeling from a raging Halloween hangover, succumbing to the perils of insomnia or worse, both.
Heck, you’re probably feeling worse than a guy dressed in a Donald Trump costume in a taco shop right about now but alas there is a solution.
Researchers have spent a good part of their time looking at the phenomenon which links food with one’s sleeping patterns and what they’ve discovered is a list of foods that either keep you from sleeping or help you catch the Zees.
The golden rule still stands though: Do not sleep on an empty or full stomach. You’ll be feeling a fair bit of discomfort and even be prone to nightmares. And on that note, here are the foods you should and should not eat for a better night’s slumber.