tea helps sleep

6 types of Tea that Help for Sleep

Is it really important to have a good sleep? YES, it is a vital activity of every person for a healthy body and mind. Sleep enables your body to repair and be ready for the next day with great inspiration. For better sleep, it is vital to do regular exercise and a balanced diet.

What are the benefits of getting a good sleep

Increase productivity

Increase the concentration

Lower the Risk of Obesity

Prevent depression

Regulate the food intake and burning of calorie

Lower the risk of heart diseases

 

Good Night Teas

 

In today’s world, different types of teas have been formulated specially to treat sleeping disorders and to help for better-relaxed sleep.

  1. Chamomile Tea

Chamomile has been used over many years to treat sleeping disorders like insomnia and to reduce the inflammation and anxiety which are affecting a well-relaxed sleep. Chamomile contains an antioxidant called apigenin and it gives a calming effect.  Apigenin has the ability of binding specific receptors in the brain and it may decrease anxiety and initiate sleep. Many studies conclude that daily drinking of Chamomile may help to have significantly better sleep quality.

  1. Lavender mixed teas

Lavender is a herb that consists of small purple flower buds. It is a highly aromatic herb with a soothing scent. Studies conclude that its relaxing aroma helps to induce sleep and sleep quality. Compounds contain in Lavender improve the quality of sleep as well as the duration of sleep. Lavender is consumed as a single herbal tea and sometimes as a component of a herbal tea blend. Everyone loves the exceptional taste of lavender compared to other herbal teas.

  1. Valerian root mixed teas

Valerian root is renowned to treat issues that drastically impact sleep like headaches, nervousness, and stress. As Valerian root has some earthy taste, using it as a blend component is better than consuming it as a single herb. Most people enjoy valerian tea after adding some honey or maple syrup.

 

  1. Teas with Lemon Balm

As a member of the mint family, Lemon Balm has a minty, citrusy aroma and taste. It is always recommended to drink Lemon Balm tea at night to have a calm sleep. Lemon Balm is a good natural herbal solution for Insomnia, depression, and anxiety. Having a cup of Lemon Balm tea just before your bedtime may give you a well relaxed good sleep during the night time.

 

  1. Passionflower tea

Flavonoids contain in Passion flower helps to reduce anxiety while allowing to have a good sleep. Except that it helps with insomnia, hot flashes, and many pains. The passion flower has an amino acid called Gamma-aminobutyric acid which affects the central nervous system. As a result, Passion flower tea may enhance your mood, relaxation and induce sleep.

 

  1. Ashwagandha Tea

As an adaptogen, it is a herb that may lower mental stress. Several studies say that regular consumption of Ashwagandha may enhance mental alertness and sleep quality while controlling anxiety.

 

With today’s busy lifestyle, everyone is stressed and most people do not get a well-relaxed sleep during the night. Even though there are many treatments are available in the world like sleeping pills, tablets, silk sleep masks, etc, drinking a hot cup of tea before bedtime is a more interesting and enjoyable way to induce sleep. Have a relaxed good sleep to start the next day with an inspiring feeling!

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