In a very recent research study about chamomile tea and sleep, I actually received some very interesting information about it. There are some people who are claiming that tea is something that is full of sugar and keeps you up at night. A lot of people have fallen victim to some of the most pervasive and persistent myths which actually surround food and sleep. They say that sugar is something that gives you energy, and that’s why it makes you hyper, but a lot of people have other information that I would like to present.

  • Sugar only adds calories to your drink, and it does not add any problems, especially when it comes to sleep. It does not affect your energy levels. In fact, sugar may be something that can help you sleep, more than hinder it.
  • Let me give you straight up facts : When you drink something that has sugar in it, the sugar actually ends up in your blood. Let us start at the beginning. Sugar can be white, brown, beet, cane or anything, and it is digested, and it is turned into glucose, and it enters the bloodstream.
  • Glucose is the energy molecule, and it is available in the form of sugar. But, glucose does not exactly correspond with long-term wakefulness or energy. Rice, bread, potato and other things are also converted into glucose and end up in the blood.
  • These are some starchy foods that have some effects on the blood glucose levels more than sugar. There is absolutely no unique chemical properties in sugar that make it problematic for you to go to sleep.
  • One of the most common misunderstandings that has to do with children and sugar is that many parents think that rampaging children is because of the sugar and because of the hyperactivity. For the last 30 years or so, researchers have known that sugar does not exactly cause any hyperactive spike in energy in any children. If the kids are hyper, it is not because of the sugar. The cause can actually be because of a number of things.
  • Is sugar something that can actually help you sleep?
  • A lot of people have asked this question as well. A lot of studies have indicated that large amounts of glucose in the bloodstream are definitely enough to suppress the activities of neurons in the brain. This can cause sleepiness.

If you are somebody who is interested in adding a spoonful of sugar into your drink, it may actually help you fall asleep much faster than otherwise. If you are having a hard time getting up after breakfast, you may want to cut out your sugary drinks and your sweet snacks. Make sure you consume organic food. Sugar is not a stimulant food; it is a very sleepy food.

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