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What to eat for better sleep?

 What to eat for better sleep? D o you strug g le to nod off or f ind  waking up throughout   the n ight? You're not alone .T hanks to   lockdown ,r esea rch h as shown that Brits are losing an   hour of sleep each night and, with the   uncertainty and anxiety we're all feeling   during this time, 38% of us are being   kept awake. But you don't have to rely on counting sheep and herbal remedies to tackle the problem adding certain foods into your diet can also influence your sleep, we asked our experts what you should be putting on your plate, an how to make small changes to your daily routine. Here's the lowdown. Why do we need sleep? "During sleep, your body is given th e opportunity to repair any damage   caused by general wear and tear   from the day, and this includes the   replenishment of protein and releas e of growth hormone,' says nutritionist   for Healthspan UK Rob Hobson.   Sleep is also a time when the brain   processes thoughts and memories   fro

The auroras, a symbol of love and dreams


In the vast expanse of the northern sky,

A dance of colors, a dazzling fray,

The auroras, a sight of pure delight,

A celebration of love, day and night.


Green, pink, purple, and red they glow,

Whispering tales of love, old and new,

A wondrous display of nature's art,

Mirroring the beauty of a loving heart.


Beneath the Northern Lights, love takes flight,

Soaring to heights that know no bound,

A connection that transcends all time,

In the silent language of the night.


The auroras, a symbol of hope and dreams,

Reminding us that love is never what it seems,

It's the sparkle in our eyes, the warmth in our touch,

A force that moves the universe, so much.


So let us dance beneath the Northern Lights,

And feel the power of love's soft sight,

For in this magical, enchanting place,

We find the essence of love's embrace.