But it could also be more serious. An underactive thyroid or a sensitivity to certain foods could be to blame.
- If you’re sleeping well, but still have circles under your eyes, consider eliminating possible food triggers from your diet
- Start with wheat and then try milk, these are common culprits
- If the situation improves upon elimination, discuss possible food substitutions with a dietician
- Cut down on your salt and alcohol intake and drink at least eight glasses of water per day.
If the problem persists, pay a visit to your doctor.
Symptoms of sleep disorder
Treating sleep disorders