The key to a better night's sleep could be found in your kitchen, health experts say.
What a person eats and when they eat it can have a direct impact on how well they do or don't sleep, according to nutritionist Kristyn Lassek with Alegent Health.
"It's very personalized, and I think that's what makes it difficult," said Lassek. "Any one thing is not going to work for everyone. It's going to be some trial and error, which makes it tough."