1. A good night’s sleep
Honey contains a nutrient called tryptophan, a hormone that helps you relax and sends your body the sign that it’s “bedtime”. Although our body needs this amino acid, it doesn’t produce it naturally; however, we can get it in our diet by consuming products like honey.
Sometimes we wake up in the middle of the night and this happens because during sleep our brain needs a substance called glycogen, which causes the adrenal glands in the kidneys to expel adrenaline and cortisol, which do not allow you to fully enjoy your sleep. Honey contains glycogen, so eating it before you go to sleep will help you avoid this adrenaline rush and ensure you get a good night’s sleep.