The New Normal: What are sleep snacks and what's in them
You may start noticing "sleep" snacks on grocery store shelves.
A cereal company (the one behind Raisin Bran and Fruity Pebbles) launched a cereal called Sweet Dreams, which is supposed to help your nightly routine.
Do products like this work? Probably not. Many claim to help produce melatonin. But having too much added sugar, or eating too close to bedtime, can disrupt your sleep.
News 12's Elizabeth Hashage was joined by Dr. Deena Gupta-Adimoolam to break down the latest health headlines.