It could be that what you are eating, or rather the foods you are sensitive is causing you problems with sleeping. More than 50 percent of American adults experience insomnia at least a few nights a week. Sleep deprivation causes reliance on artificial stimulants to sustain them through the day. Not everyone needs 8-9 hours of sleep. Generally if you’re able to wake up on time without an alarm clock, you’re getting enough rest. If even an alarm clock can’t rouse you, you probably aren’t sleeping as much as you should. I have found poor digestion, food sensitivities and impaired liver detoxification to be the cause of insomnia. Over the years I have seen the following food sensitivities to be the underlying root of insomnia: corn, wheat, dairy, caffeinated products and sugars.
Taking a digestive enzyme before meals and a new sleep-enhancing enzyme formula stabilizes sleep patterns and improves sleep quality. Rid those food sensitivites and eat less food will help with better sleeping patterns.