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taking milkYou can try changing your diet in the hope of getting some much-needed sleep. There are foods that promote sleep.

Key takeaways:

·        Cherries are good for your sleep since they contain melatonin that regulates the sleep-wake cycle.

·        Bananas contain high amounts of magnesium and potassium that help the muscles to...

confusedSleep apnoea is closely linked to snoring due to the restriction of the airways. Sleep apnoea is chielfly the inability to breathe during sleep and affects 53 percent of men and 26 percent of women.

Key takeaways:

·    A study has showed that sleep apnoea patients are diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment more than a decade earlier compared to people without sleep apnoea.

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snoringSleep apnoea involves loud snoring -- but is a much more complex condition than snoring.

Key takeaways:

·        Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) causes the tonsils, the tongue and the tissues at the back of the throat to block the airways.

·        OSA does not only affect older people even though it is more common after age 40. It affects...