Today, I'd like to reveal six teas that help you sleep better. You'll find many teas based on the herbs that I'll mention in the market, and you'll find many of them as combinations too. Let's see which they are. Passion flower. One of the most common teas that helps you sleep better is passion flower. Most teas consisting of herb mixes that help you sleep better contain passion flower, because it seems to be one of the most effective herbs for the improvement of sleep. This is partly attributed to the fact that it reduces stress and relieves from anxiety, from which most of us suffer. Valerian. I'm sure many of you have heard how beneficial valerian is for the reduction of stress and the improvement of sleep. In fact, most teas sold in tea bags and administered for the improvement of sleep usually contain a combination of valerian and passion flower. This happens because this combination seems to be very effective for the improvement of sleep. However, even on its own, valerian tea is very effective. Valerian is also widely used as a dietary supplement in tablets for the reduction of stress, with rather considerable results. Lavender. Lavender has been used in many studies on humans, and it has been shown that in many cases, it helps reduce stress and improve sleep. The use of lavender is very widespread in the form of oil for aromatherapy. In this case too, it is considered to reduce stress and improve the quality of sleep. Chamomile. Chamomile is one of the most famous home remedies against stress and it has long been used in Greece as a sedative. Many studies have shown that chamomile improves the quality of sleep, although we can't say that it treats insomnia. However, it's not a bad idea to try it in order to improve your sleep. Caffeine-free green tea. Black tea contains much caffeine, so it's not a good idea to drink it before going to bed. Green tea contains much less caffeine, but it would be ideal to find caffeine-free green tea, which is available in the market. Something like decaf green tea. What's interesting is that green tea contains relaxing substances as well as stimulating substances. If you drink caffeine-free green tea, you essentially enjoy the relaxing substances without the stimulating substances. Therefore, it's not surprising that some initial studies on humans have shown that caffeine-free green tea reduces stress and improves sleep. Magnolia tea. Magnolia tea is less famous as a home remedy for the improvement of sleep. As a result, it has been tested on humans much less. Studies on animals are very promising, but we still don't have enough studies on humans to convince us on its usefulness. However, you can try it, if you want to improve your sleep. If you don't sleep enough and you worry about how this could affect your health, you should definitely watch the video I posted a few months ago that shows how more or less sleep affects life expectancy. You'll be surprised, because the results are very different from what you'll often hear on the internet. And since these are results from real studies, you should pay close attention to them. So, click on the video on my right to find out how many the ideal hours of sleep a day are. Thank you!