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Are you have trouble sleeping through the night, falling asleep, or staying asleep during these scary and uncertain times as coronavirus/COVID-19 continues to spread? You are not alone with your stress-related sleeping issues and The Doctors are here to help.
First, give yourself a break from the news and social media before you get ready for bed. Also, The Doctors suggest enjoying a healthy snack that may help you sleep better -- and as we have noted before getting proper amounts of sleep plays a vital role in your immune system.
Cherries: The tart variety is high in melatonin, the sleep hormone that helps your body rest.
Kiwi: The fruit is loaded with serotonin, vitamin C and antioxidants, which can help you sleep better.
Walnuts: This nut is packed with sleep-enhancing amino acids.
Try reaching for 1 of these 3 healthy foods -- and put down your phone and turn off the TV -- and let food be your nighttime medicine!
*Stay informed on the latest information on the coronavirus from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization and learn about prevention methods and what to do if you are infected.