The secret to getting a solid 7 to 8 hours sleep? About 90-120 minutes before you want to nod off, head for the kitchen and make yourself a sleepy-time snack. Keep it light (around 200 calories,300 max), so you don’t overload your digestive system. And include one or two foods from the list below. All help to relax tense muscles, quiet buzzing minds, and/or get calming, sleep-inducing hormones — serotonin and melatonin — flowing. Yawning yet? Keep reading for your get-sleepy grocery list, and remember to stop noshing two hours before bedtime to give your body enough time to properly digest. This list includes foods that you would not think they can make you sleep better, but they actually do. Out of the following list, I only knew the properties of warm milk, but I’m willing to try the other 9 as soon as possible. So, here you go with the 10 foods that can help you sleep.