5 drinks at night to sleep better

Iryna MelnichenkoLS Food
What are the best drinks to drink at night
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If you suffer from insomnia or simply take a long time to fall asleep, you can fix this problem with the simplest, but very useful and effective drinks. Besides, everyone has the ingredients for them at home.

The FoodOboz editorial team has selected 5 simple drinks for you that will give you a great night's sleep and a great feeling in the morning.

1. Fresh tea with chamomile and lavender

Chamomile tea


  • hot water - 1 cup
  • chamomile - 1 tsp.
  • lavender - 1 tsp.
  • honey - 1/2 tsp.
  • milk - 1 tbsp.

Method of preparation:

  1. Pour the herbs into a teapot, cover with water and let it brew for 10-15 minutes.
  2. Pour into a cup, add milk, honey and enjoy your delicious tea.

2. Warm milk

Milk and cookies


  • milk - 150 ml
  • honey - 1 tsp
  • nutmeg - a pinch

Method of preparation:

  1. Heat the milk either in a saucepan or in the microwave.
  2. Pour into a glass, add honey and a pinch of nutmeg, stir and drink.

3. Yogurt

Yogurt with berries

The best thing to do is to eat a few spoons, or even a glass, of natural yogurt 30-40 minutes before bedtime, and add fruit or berries to your taste.

4. Banana smoothie

Banana servant

The easiest drink to make, just blend one medium banana with a tablespoon of almond paste and 0.5 cups of unsweetened milk in a blender and you're ready to drink.

5. Freshly squeezed cherry juice

Cherry juice

This is the most useful juice for regulating the sleep cycle because it is very high in melatonin, a hormone that is responsible for regulating our sleep and wake cycles. Drinking cherry juice regularly every morning or 30 minutes before bedtime will definitely help you maintain your natural sleep patterns.

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