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How To Get Quality Sleep As A New Parent

2. Drink Warm Milk And Honey
Dr. Benjamin Smarr, National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Berkeley and Reverie Sleep Advisory Board Member shared, “An oldie but a goody. Turns out the warmed sugar and fat really do combine to promote sleep. In moderation. Unless you’re lactose intolerant. Then don’t.” 

And, if you are lactose intolerant, there are always alternatives, like nut milks and relaxing teas, especially chamomile. A personal favorite of mine includes any of the above with a little cinnamon, turmeric, and honey.