Diet and Sleep

The CNP Diet and Insomnia Research Category consolidates research exploring the interdependent relationship between dietary intake and sleep, with a focus on insomnia. To view each original study on the open internet, click “Original.” To view the CNP-written abstract summary, click “CNP Summary.” While only some of the CNP-written abstract summaries are available below for free, all abstract summaries are available to CNP members through the CNP Library Membership.

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2011

Effect of kiwifruit consumption on sleep quality in adults with sleep problems

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2022

Losing sleep by staying up late leads adolescents to consume more carbohydrates and a higher glycemic load

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2022

Adherence to the MIND dietary pattern and sleep quality, sleep related outcomes and mental health in male adults: a cross-sectional study

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2020

Measures of poor sleep quality are associated with higher energy intake and poor diet quality in a diverse sample of women from the Go Red for Women Strategically Focused Research Network

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2016

Sleep restriction enhances the daily rhythm of circulating levels of endocannabinoid 2-arachidonoylglycerol

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2012

Diet promotes sleep duration and quality

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2021

The effectiveness of a weight-loss Mediterranean diet/lifestyle intervention in the management of obstructive sleep apnea: Results of the "MIMOSA" randomized clinical trial

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2020

Associations between red meat intake and sleep parameters in patients with obstructive sleep apnea

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2021

Association between eating habits and risk of Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A population-based study

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2021

The association between dietary zinc intake and health status, Including mental health and sleep quality, among Iranian female students

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2016

Short and sweet: Associations between self-reported sleep duration and sugar-sweetened beverage consumption among adults in the United States

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2020

Relationship between sleep and hedonic appetite in shift workers

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2020

Food as a circadian time cue — evidence from human studies

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2019

The effects of individual circadian rhythm differences on insomnia, impulsivity, and food addiction

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2020

Eat, sleep, repeat: the role of the circadian system in balancing sleep-wake control with metabolic need

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2020

Specific dietary (poly)phenols are associated with sleep quality in a cohort of Italian adults

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2018

The relationship between sleep duration and fruit/vegetable intakes in UK adults: a cross-sectional study from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey

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2020

Fruit and vegetable consumption is protective from short sleep and poor sleep quality among university students from 28 countries

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2021

Energy drink intake is associated with insomnia and decreased daytime functioning in young adult females

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2018

Fruit and vegetable consumption and their polyphenol content are inversely associated with sleep duration: Prospective associations from the UK women's cohort study

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2020

High glycemic index and glycemic load diets as risk factors for insomnia: analyses from the Women's Health Initiative

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2018

Sleep disorder, Mediterranean Diet and learning performance among nursing students: inSOMNIA, a cross-sectional study

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2019

Bridging the reciprocal gap between sleep and fruit and vegetable consumption: a review of the evidence, potential mechanisms, implications, and directions for future work

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2019

The relationship between adherence to a Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension (DASH) dietary pattern and insomnia

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