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Do you sleep well at night, or do you suffer from insomnia? Have you ever heard that a good night’s sleep solves any issue?
Have you ever wondered why it is necessary to sleep well?
When we talk about health, poor sleep can increase the risk of heart disease, heart failure, high blood pressure, strokes, and diabetes. Some even say that poor sleep lowers your sex drive. Did you know that?
Even knowing how important sleep is, many people still can’t get a good rest at night simply because they can’t easily fall asleep.
Did you know that stress and anxiety are the principal causes of poor sleep?
When you are stressed and anxious, the brain can’t stop working for a second, which puts you into a constant state of alertness. However, milk with lavender and chamomile can help you with that. Did you know that?
At night, when everything gets quieter and darker, it is the perfect moment to warm up some milk before going to bed. Your grandma probably told you already that warm milk helps you sleep better.
Chamomile has been used for centuries to help induce relaxation and sleep, soothe stomachaches, and as a natural anti-inflammatory.
Lavender also plays a role in natural relaxation, especially during sleep time, helping alleviate nervous tension and stress.
Make sure you have a calm environment, comfortable and without any lights, so the tea can have the expected results and you get a good night’s sleep.
Try it and share your experience with us.
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