Eat Sleep-Inducing Foods: A nighttime snack of Greek yogurt drizzled with honey may just help you get a better night's rest: both honey and dairy contain compounds that may induce sleep. Get a list of sleep-inducing foods here so you can choose your midnight snack wisely.
Eat Right at Night - Avoid heavy foods and big meals late in the day; they tax the digestive system and make it hard to get high-quality sleep. Some people do well with a light evening snack of sleep-inducing foods. Complex carbs and dairy foods fill the bill, such as cereal with milk or crackers and cheese.Tip: Finish any snack at least an hour before bed.