10 foods that promote sleepiness and improve sleep quality

Getting sufficient and uninterrupted sleep is essential for your overall health. Not only does it lower your risk of developing chronic illnesses, it also boosts your immune system while keeping your brain and digestive system in good functioning order.

But how many of us actually get those recommended seven to nine hours of uninterrupted sleep every night? The Philips’ 2019 sleep study revealed that Singaporeans only get an average of 6.3 hours of sleep on weekdays and 6.7 hours on weekends.

The good news is, there are some foods that contain natural substances that can help you get better sleep. Here are 10 to add to your diet.