The Effects of Milk and Banana as a Night Meal to Primary Insomnia on Sleep Quality, BDNF and Appetite Mechanism (diet)

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    Saglik Bilimleri Universitesi
Updated on 28 November 2022
body mass index
sleep disorder
primary insomnia


The aim of this study to determine the impact of banana and milk on sleep and appetite


Sleep is one of the main components of the continuity of circadian rhythm. It restores energy and enhancement, memory. Sleep disturbances and short sleep duration are important risk factors for many diseases. Nutrition is one of the main determinants of health status in many diseases related to inflammation. Especially the night meal, known as the foods consumed before bedtime, has a strong effect on sleep. Although there are methodological differences, most studies show that unhealthy eating habits are associated with short sleep duration. It is thought that consuming foods with high tryptophan and melatonin content can reduce sleep problems. This study will give a chance to observe the effects of nutrients on sleep and appetite mechanisms.

Condition Primary Insomnia
Treatment No intervention, Banana arm, Milk arm
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT05420090
SponsorSaglik Bilimleri Universitesi
Last Modified on28 November 2022

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