5 teas that help you get a good night’s sleep
Are you also fed up with a messed up sleep routine, and find it difficult to fall asleep at night? Do you also find that you are a light sleeper and the slightest disturbance can wake you up, and falling asleep again is a task? Do you crave a sound, undisturbed and peaceful sleep at night? You are not the only one. The National Library of Medicine in its study -Prevalence of chronic insomnia in adult patients and its correlation with medical comorbidities have noted in a study that around 33% of the sampled adults in India suffer from chronic insomnia. Insomnia is also associated with many physical and mental health concerns, including but not limited to Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Anxiety and Depression.
It is advised that you drink more tea for good sleep. But wait. Not every tea is good to put you to sleep. There are specific tea blends that improve your sleep. One of the best teas for better sleep is Chamomile Tea. In fact, it is so popular a remedy for sleep that many people consume Chamomile tea only to help them sleep better. There are other tea blends for insomnia, which work just as well as the Chamomile Tea. Sublime shares a list of some of the best teas for better sleep.
Chamomile is rich in antioxidants. When you drink Chamomile tea, it is said to have a calming effect on you and help calm your anxiety. There are more than 120 chemical elements Chamomile is rich in the antioxidant Apigenin. This specific antioxidant is a catalyst in sending the brain signals that you are feeling sleepy. This is why Chamomile is such a popular supplement to induce sleep. Sip on a cup of Sublime’s Pure Chamomile blend, before you hit the bed, for a night of uninterrupted sleep.
Lemon Balm tea:
Lemon Balm is a herb from the mint family well-known for its medicinal properties. Even historically, Lemon Balm has been used to treat infections and also been used to help restless sleepers. The enzymes in a cup of lemon balm tea are helpful to reduce your stress and anxiety. Traditionally also used as a drink to improve your mood, slow down cognitive decline, and decrease anxiety levels, lemon balm is said to aid in a night of uninterrupted full sleep. If you are a light sleeper, you should give this tea a try.
Hibiscus tea has multiple health benefits, including regulating the levels of serotonin and dopamine in your system. This indirectly helps you deal with anxiety and depression as well. Hibiscus has sedative properties that play an important role in putting your mind and body into a relaxed state. This in turn helps you get a peaceful sleep without interruptions, giving your body much-needed rest. A cup of Sublime’s Signature Flower-Fete Tea with hibiscus with lemongrass extract is a great evening tea for insomnia. Get your pack from the website, or visit our nearest store.
The calming effects of lavender are not new knowledge. Lavender is a favourite natural remedy in aromatherapy. Just as Lavender extract has calming effects on your mood, lavender tea is also believed to have positive effects on your mood. Drinking Lavender Tea regularly helps calm your nerves, deal with anxiety, regulate your mood, and improve your sleep cycle. Studies have shown that simply inhaling lavender scents/extracts regularly for 8 weeks betters your sleep quality significantly. The next time you sip on a cup of lavender tea, take time to appreciate the fragrant lavender tea for better results.
Apart from giving you a fresh breath, Mint tea is also known to reduce stress and help regulate your blood pressure and glucose level. So, if you are a fan of Mint tea, you are already reaping the multiple benefits of peppermint. Peppermint Tea is caffeine free, which also aids you to relax and puts you to sleep. Peppermint tea eases you into an undisturbed sleep. Pick up Sublime’s Rejuvenating Mint Tea, which has green tea, and spearmint leaves which are considered good for your sleep routine.
A Bonus Superfood for a beautiful sleep
It is an age-old practice to drink warm almond-flavoured milk at night, for undisturbed sleep. While warm milk releases in your body complex compound that aid in your sleep, almonds are also a great superfood that aids in treating insomnia. Almonds are a rich source of the hormone melatonin. Melatonin is helpful in regulating your biological clock/circadian rhythm and fixing your sleep cycle. Other than melatonin, Almonds also have calcium and magnesium, which are effective in relaxing your muscles, eventually prompting relaxation and sleep. Hence munching on a few almonds in the evening is a good idea to beat your hunger pangs, while also curing your insomnia. Get yourself a pack of healthy and crunchy almonds from Sublime.
Treat your insomnia with these calming tea blends. It might just be the catalyst you needed to enhance your sleep quality. Shop for the sleep blend of your choice from our website, or pick your favourite blends at Sublime stores nearest to you.