3 Foods That Will Mess Up Your Sleep—and 3 That Help
What to serve (and what to skip) at your slumber party.
You know not to feast right before hitting the sack (two to four hours is the ideal gap between dinner and bedtime, says psychologist Michael Breus, PhD), but an empty, rumbling tummy can also make it hard to nod off. Instead of going to bed hungry, Breus recommends having a few bites. Here's help finding your snacking sweet spot.