The food that people eat during the day may impact their nightly sleep schedule and cause insomnia, as reported by Fox 29.

“We found patients that can actually go to sleep, but maybe they wake up two to three hours later,” Dr. Snow says, “There’s something going on with their blood sugar. Some people are actually going into a hypoglycemic drop and that’s why their body’s waking them up with a little bit of a pop of cortisol.”