There's nothing quite as delightful as a long, restful night's sleep, is there? Since good sleep is something we relish, it's important to be aware everything from anxiety about the day ahead to what you ate for dinner can play a role in determining whether you'll have sweet dreams or a night of tossing and turning.We quizzed dietitian Laura Tilt on her top tips on foods to avoid before bed, and she also recommended her favourite food swaps to enhance sleep rather than slay it. Here's to some sweet slumbers ahead...
Laura Tilt is a registered dietitian. For more information and tips, check out tiltnutrition.co.uk.
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