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4 Drinks to Help You Sleep Well at Night

Whoever said, “you snooze, you lose” clearly never suffered from insomnia. From tossing and turning to waking up in the middle of the night, being tired without being able to sleep is one of the most frustrating feelings ever. So if you’re having trouble sleeping, chances are you’ll try almost anything to get that good night’s rest.


Some drinks may help people fall asleep. Herbal teas, some kinds of milk and cherry juice may all help people fall asleep more easily. Here are 4 drinks and beverages to help people sleep.

Warm Milk

People have used this age-old remedy to help them drift into dreamland for decades, and it's still a popular choice today. Milk contain significant amounts of the amino acid tryptophan. Tryptophan is also present in meals full of carbohydrates, which is one reason why many people feel sleepy after eating a big meal.

Cherry Juice

They can be sweet, tart, or sour and grow in different colors, including yellow, red, and purple. They’re not only known for making a great pie filling but also a number of health benefits, including improved sleep quality.

Chamomile tea

Chamomile is a mild tranquilizer and sleep-inducer. A warm beverage can be very calming. According to a 2010 study by Case Western Reserve University, the sedative effects may be due to the presence of the flavonoid apigenin, a bioactive constituent of chamomile.

Pure Coconut Water

Coconut water might be a surprising addition to this list, as it's often used as an energy-boosting beverage, or at least advertised as such. However, the truth is that coconut water is brimming with ingredients that can help you sleep better, such as magnesium and potassium, which help to relax muscles.

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