Many of us have has ussies with going to sleep, and these problems have only been exacerbated by the current societal situation, which has seen daytime activity reduced and the amount of time using computer screens rise.
If you are having trouble going to sleep at night, the good thing is that there are plenty of herbal teas that can help you feel sleepy. Here are some that you should try before bed if you’re finding it difficult to fall asleep.
Chamomile has long been lauded for its ability to cause drowsiness, making it a great choice before going to bed. An antioxidant called apigenin is found in this herb, and has sleep-inducing properties.
While it might be difficult to find an infusion or tea consisting mostly of lavender, there are plenty of options that incorporate this sleep-inducing flower. Just be sure that the variety that you buy doesn’t contain more than a tiny bit of caffeine, or it might not work.
Valeria is a common flower native to Europe and Asia, and its root has long been used as a natural sleep aid. Plenty of herbal tea mixes contain this root, and draw rave reviews for its ability to induce drowsiness.