Short on shut-eye? Try these snooze-inducing bedtime snacks
Alice Lesch Kelly
May 7, 2010 at 12:31PM
A warm cup of tea before bed can soothe and relax you—but only if it’s decaffeinated. Chamomile tea fits the bill. Plus, chamomile is traditionally used as a sleepy-time herb.
Best bet: Make your tea strong. Use one chamomile tea bag, but cut the water in half—drinking too much liquid before bed will have you getting up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom.
Another relaxing tea: Mint tea
Try this: Add honey and lemon for a more complex flavor.
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