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Certain foods and drinks will disrupt sleep, while others appear to lull you into a relaxed state and keep you asleep. Try these ideas for improving your shut-eye…

Get your fruit & veg

Results from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey showed that ‘reference sleepers’, who got between seven and eight hours of sleep per night, ate more fruit and vegetables and had higher levels of beta-carotene, lycopene and vitamin C in their blood than either ‘short’ or ‘long’ sleepers. Fruit and vegetables that are especially good for these nutrients include mangoes, papaya, apricots, tomatoes, watermelon, strawberries, raspberries, blackcurrants, blueberries, blackberries, kiwi and red, yellow and green peppers.

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Our October issue has everything you need for a good night’s sleep to improve your health and wellbeing. Our nutritionist pinpoints the best foods for zzzz, and sleep experts help you get your mind and body in the right place. Plus there’s a £1,000 bed set to be won! Cooking on a budget? We’ve got easy recipes for students (and emotional advice for parents left behind) and new cheap & cheerful – and healthy – meals from Jamie Oliver. It’s your number one spot for latest health advice, too, with an update on blood pressure.