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Foods to Reduce Sleep Apnea

Vitamin B6 enriched foods

Last, but not least, foods that contain or are enriched with Vitamin B6 can help insomnia and sleep apnea sufferers to obtain better, meaningful sleep cycles because they play a vital role in tryptophan’s conversion of serotonin into melatonin. Vitamin B6 can be found mostly in seeds and nuts, such as pistachio, sunflower seeds, and flax seeds, in various types of fish, including tuna and salmon, as well as in some fruits and vegetables like avocados and bananas.

There are many types of food which can help just about anyone to sleep better at night. The wide variety of supplements available in today’s market offers very welcome respite to individuals that, for one reason or another, can’t directly consume melatonin supplements to complement traditional sleep apnea treatments. In this manner, anyone can find solace and relief in a wide variety of foods.