The Banana Sleep Hack is a Game
Welcome. If there’s one important thing that we need to do to stay healthy, that is to get a good night’s sleep. Imagine poor diets, stress, anxiety, too much on our mind, our work, and the list goes on. But there is one simple remedy that is so simple, probably even sitting right now in your kitchen that can help you get to sleep real fast.
And yes, that fruit is the banana. It has vitamin C, magnes, B, six, potassium, magnesium, fiber, as well as other vitamins and minerals. But what amazes me about the banana is how it affects the different neural chemicals in our brain.
That’s what’s going to get you to sleep. Bananas are rich in tryptophane. And once that tryptophane enters your system, it then gets converted to serotonin. And this hormone then leads to the synthesis of melatonin. And the darker it is in your bedroom, the more melatonin you’re going to secrete from the pineal gland in the brain.
And this is what regulates the circadian rhythm and synchronizes our sleep wake cycle with night and day. And magnesium is also found in bananas. And magnesium helps the secretion of melatonin as well. And it helps curb our cortisol levels.
And when we go to sleep, our cortisol levels should be at its lowest. And if the hormone cortisol continues to rise, it’s going to affect our sleep. But magnesium has a tremendous effect on cortisol. Remember that magnesium is involved in over 300 different enzyme systems.
It will relax your muscles and nerves, it will help control blood glucose levels and it will help lower your blood pressure. And bananas are also loaded with potassium. Potassium will also regulate and lower your blood pressure, but it will help that cramping that spasm those charlie horses or tightness you may be experiencing in your legs and the carbs.
And banana will help boost tryptophane and increase its chances of entering the brain, which will help you get to sleep much faster. And don’t forget that bananas are an excellent prebiotic. And what does that mean? That means it feeds the probiotic within your gut.
It builds the colonies of the good bacteria that helps build your immune system, as well as help all your organs heal and function properly. And the pectin, that fiber within the banana, will help slow down the empty of your stomach into the small intestine.
It will keep you full, it will keep you satiated, it will keep you happy. And what about the serotonin that was converted from that tryptophane? That. Serotonin is the happy hormone. It’s going to give you good emotions, good feelings.
It’s going to bring a lot of happiness and a lot of relaxation before you go to bed, so you can sleep much faster and deeper. So if you are one of the millions of people worldwide who have a hard time getting to sleep, you might have been on medication.
Whatever remedies you’ve tried, you might just want to try eating a banana about 30 to 40 minutes before you go to bed, and you just may be shocked. I hope this video serves you well. Please share it with your friends and family. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.
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