As the days become longer and warmer, it becomes increasingly difficult to obtain a full night's sleep as an adult.
New research by Yakult found that more than half of British adults (56%), or more than 25 million people, have sleep disruptions during the warmer summer months.
According to the numbers, an alarming 83% of those who sleep badly in the summer also sleep less than the 7-9 hours per night suggested by the National Health Service.
The state of our digestive systems is only one of many variables that might have a positive or negative impact on our ability to obtain a decent night's rest.
Meanwhile, according to sleep expert Rob Hobson, a healthy diet might help you get a better night's rest by bolstering your digestive system.
"The meals you consume have a direct effect on the quality of your sleep.
Green leafy vegetables, lentils, nuts, and seeds are all good sources of this mineral.
The brain uses tryptophan to produce melatonin, often known as the sleep hormone.