Cure insomnia by boiling an egg at midnight

by Martin Reed on 11 November 2011 in insomnia causes

I was going to make this a serious post, sharing a list of foods that may help you fall asleep naturally.

I was going to mention almonds (due to their magnesium content), dairy products (for their tryptophan content), cereals (to encourage serotonin), non-fat popcorn and honey.

However, when I got to the suggestion of hard boiled eggs via the source link below, I couldn't remain completely serious.

Apparently, if you're having trouble sleeping you should indulge in a midnight snack of hard boiled eggs. The explanation is a little ambiguous as to why hard boiled eggs can cure your lack of sleep; I'm guessing it has something to do with their protein levels.

Unfortunately the idea of recommending insomniacs feverishly boil eggs at midnight in order to cure their insomnia put images in my head that made it impossible to keep this post serious.

That being said, if you feel as though you've got nothing to lose, give the boiled egg cure a try and let me know how it works for you!

Source: The Times of India

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