If you’re looking for a night cap that isn’t going to disrupt your sleep, discover these hot and cold delights before you hit the hay. Sweet dreams.
The daisy like flower is often used in lotions to calm skin, but a chamomile tea could help you relax before bedtime and help you get the extra winks you need.
Frequently used for insomnia and other mild sleep conditions, studies have shown that after participants had a chamomile tea, they fell into a deep sleep1.
This delicious smooth and serene blend combining chamomile, passionflowers, apple and vanilla flavourings is smooth and warming, making it the perfect part of your bedtime routine. Take your last sip and sink your head into a soft pillow.
Best known to help relax and soothe an active mind, lavender tea is the perfect bedtime drink. Its scent may slow down the nervous system, which relaxes the body and mind to improve a nights sleep4.
Made with a sleepy crush of organic oat flower, soothing lavender, and silky-sweet lime flower. Let the hush replace the chatter as you fall into a restful calm: a sleepy crush of oat flower, soothing lavender, and silky-sweet limeflower.
Almond milk is packed minerals including magnesium. Magnesium helps to keep your nervous system calm which can promote better sleep as it regulates the body’s stress response system5.
Organic Italian almonds roasted and combined with spring water to create this subtle, creamy drink.
Not just a trendy drink, golden milk combines turmeric and warm milk to create a bedtime drink packed with health benefits. Turmeric, the common Ayurvedic medicinal spice, is widely used to aid in sleep quality.
Try: Warming almond milk and adding a teaspoon of ground turmeric
Studies have shown that those who do not drink enough water throughout the day, sleep for less time6. The study suggests that if you’re not getting enough sleep, and you feel tired the next day, drink extra water.
Try: Drinking the recommended 6 to 8 glasses a day to stay hydrated7
Poor sleep hygiene could be the reason you aren’t getting quality shut eye. Try banishing electronics from the bedroom; TVs, computers and phones, as they can stimulate your mind, making it difficult to wind down and head into the land of nod.
Shop Food & Drink
Last updated: 27 February 2020