As the summer holidays come to an end and everyone flies back to Hanoi, how to deal with jet-lag after a long haul flight? Here are some natural remedies you may like to try:
Chamomile Tea can improve the quality of your sleep – you’ll wake up fewer times during the night after a cup of chamomile.
People have been using Valerian Root Tea for centuries in Europe to induce sleep. This tea can make you feel drowsy but there’s no hangover the next day.
Lavender oil and flowers placed strategically in your bedroom can assist you to sleep better, and so can drinking Lavender Tea.
Decaf Green Tea consumed before bedtime can help you fall asleep faster and wake up feeling more energetic.
Lemon Balm Tea (made by infusing leaves in boiling hot water) can have a relaxing effect on drinkers, especially when it’s combined with Valerian Root Tea.
Spearmint Tea, a popular anti-inflammatory, can also help you to fall asleep, especially if you’re prone to evening headaches.