Some teas may be helpful to sleep.
Valerian Root Tea
For many years, valerian root has been used to create a wealth of medicinal aids. Valerian root is particularly well known for its medicinal properties, and it helps sleep. Drinking valerian root before hitting the sack helps you get a good night’s sleep.
In 2006, the American Journal of Medicine reviewed sixteen different studies into the effectiveness of valerian root concluded, and then they found that valerian root can indeed promote restful sleep without producing any side effects. Therefore, for some of the sleep difficulties experienced by many people today, valerian root might well prove a problem-free solution.
Since ancient times, chamomile has been used in various ways as a natural remedy. Inflamed skin and skin affected by rashes, stings and chicken pox can be calmed by the chamomile lotion. Besides, some people think chamomile can soothe respiratory tract inflammations.
Chamomile may indeed produce an ‘anxiety-inhibiting effect’ in patients according to the 2009 clinical trial. Before going to bed, you can drink a mug of chamomile tea to promote a good night’s sleep.
When it comes to teas and when it comes to getting a restful night’s sleep, chamomile and valerian root undoubtedly dominate the market. Springs tucked in pillow cases and petals in hot baths from scented cushions to sleep mists. Lavender, long regarded as producing a calming effect, can help people who suffer from insomnia and sleep problems. Few people realize that they can brew and drink it as a tea.
It is said that lavender holds potent anti-stress properties. People don’t like add lavender tea to their pre-bedtime ritual due to its characteristically strong and recognizable scent. Generally, lavender tea bears a wonderfully soothing aroma. To enhance the relaxing qualities, you can inhale the steam released by lavender tea when brewing. Research indicates that inhaling and ingesting lavender may even slow nervous system activity.