6 Foods That Keep You Up at Night
You know not to drink coffee after 4 p.m., but what about these other surprising stimulants?
A Decaf Latte
A 2007 Consumer Reports
study found that the amount of caffeine in "decaf" drinks sold at coffee shops varied from less than 5 milligrams to levels high enough to interfere with sleep. While a generic 8-ounce cup of decaf has 3 to 12 milligrams, a decaf from Dunkin' Donuts had 32 milligrams—as much as a 12-ounce bottle of Coke.
A better sleep snack:
There's no conclusive proof that chamomile tea will put you to sleep, but it's been used for thousands of years as a natural calming remedy.
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