Tea, a cure for insomnia

Tea that contains caffeine is a known stimulant that can interfere with sleep. However, the amount of caffeine in tea is significantly lower than in coffee, and tea contains substances other than caffeine that also have an impact on the sleep cycle.

 

Caffeine interferes with sleep:

Eating foods or beverages that contain caffeine late in the day can disrupt sleep and contribute to insomnia. Sleep loss can have serious effects on health and performance, with negative effects on our ability to concentrate, immune system function and creativity. The effect of caffeine varies greatly from person to person.

TIP: It is best to avoid caffeine for 4-6 hours before bedtime, and more in sensitive people and people with insomnia.

 

Sleep Benefits of tea compared to coffee:

One study compared coffee consumption with tea, and showed that both beverages contributed to significant increases in our alertness. However, the study also showed that tea drinkers achieved the same results and performance as coffee drinkers in improving vigiance and concentration, while green tea contains much less caffeine.

In this study, experts showed that tea consumption disrupted sleep but less significantly than coffee.

 

The "l-Theanine" in tea and its benefits:

Tea also contains l-Theanine which is an amino acid that turns out to play an important role in relaxation and sleep. All teas contain L-Theanine, but some types of teas, such as gyokuro, a Japanese green tea, have particularly high concentrations of this product.

 

Green tea and sleep apnea:

Sleep apnea is a common and potentially devastating disorder, involving pauses in breathing during sleep. This disorder often manifests itself in snoring. Although it is not common to treat snoring problems by tasting a good cup of green tea, it has been proven that antioxidants in green tea can at least prevent some of the problems caused by sleep apnea.

 

Tisanes for sleep:

Herbal teas come from different plants of tea, and can have very variable effects on sleep like tea. Some herbal lesans can improve sleep, while others can disturb sleep. Most herbal medicines are caffeine-free (with the exception of Mate and a few others) and are therefore very useful if you need a helping hand to fall asleep and have a good night's sleep.


Here are some herbal lifeles that could help you improve your sleep:

 

Good tasting

 

You would also like this article: 4 herbal goods for a good night's sleep


Older Post Newer Post


2 comments
  • Pour réduire son effet d’excitant nous vous conseillons de faire infuser votre thé une première fois durant quelques secondes et pourquoi pas reproduire cela un seconde fois si nécessaire.
    N’hésitez pas à nous faire un retour, cela nous intéresse.

    Sinon vous pouvez toujours consommer d’autres plantes tout aussi délicieuse.
    N’hésitez pas à découvrir nos rooibos et à consulter notre article traitant de ce produit.
    https://www.malindo.fr/blogs/news/les-proprietes-du-rooibos

    Malindo on
  • Si je prends le thé vert je peux passer 48heures d’insomnie. Que faire surtout que c’est ma boisson de choix.

    Koureichi on

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published