Chamomile tea: If you don’t want to consume dairy before sleeping, the soothing Chamomile tea is an excellent choice. It helps you calm down, by relaxing the nerves and calming the stomach, promoting a great, peaceful night’s sleep. For best results, drink a cup of unsweetened Chamomile tea around 30 minutes before bedtimeWarm milk: If you’ve been told since childhood to drink a glass of warm milk before bedtime, there’s a good scientific reason behind it. The amino acid tryptophan in milk helps the body produce the hormones it needs for a serene night’s sleep. What’s more, milk is also rich in calcium and is a great source of protein. No wonder it remains one of the simplest yet best hot beverages before bedtime.
Peppermint tea: Just like Chamomile tea, Peppermint tea is another kind of herbal tea that naturally helps distress the body. If you have an exam or job interview the next day, it’s recommended to have a cup of this delicious and refreshing herbal tea — it will soothe your stomach, reduce nausea and relieve anxiety!
Hot chocolate: Often confused with cocoa, hot chocolate, traditionally, is a beverage that is thicker, creamier in consistency, as it contains cocoa butter as well as cocoa powder. A richer alternative to cocoa, hot chocolate is usually prepared with milk (unlike cocoa, which is made with hot water) and is a great option for kids.