7 Best Herbal Teas To Help You Sleep Well #Infographic #Tea

Did you know that by the time you reach 75 years old, it is very likely that you have slept for around 25 years of your life? That is unless you just cannot get to sleep no matter what you try. However, it is vital that you manage to get enough sleep as your body depends on sleep to not only repair damaged cells from the previous day, but also to analyze and sort your memories and experiences into something that has meaning for you.

Many of us lead hectic lives and sleep is only a hindrance to getting more and more done, but be aware that those who do not value sleep will soon meet the grim reaper. Nevertheless, there are some of us that find is near impossible to get a good night’s sleep for various reasons. You may have tried all sorts of drugs, meditation, deep breathing, etc., etc., etc.

Everything except a good old cup of tea. Herbal tea that is. There are many to choose from, and this infographic shows seven different types that you can try: some you may already know and others that you didn’t.

An infographic by Health Form.

The Remarkable Health Benefits of White Tea #Infographic #Tea

In today’s time, our markets are well filled with a variety of tea types, luring us tea lovers into testing all of them; namely: green tea, black tea, bobo tea or pearl tea. One such healthy yet super delicious example of the rare types would be white tea!

White tea possesses a very little amount of caffeine, is minimally processed, and contains very high amount of polyphenol and antioxidants than other tea variants.

This close cousin of the tea family is known to fight a number of disorders including that of liver, cardiovascular, blood sugar, obesity, hypothyroidism, is super-effective in fighting aging and acne and what not.

I’m sure you want to learn more about this miracle tea. Check out this fantastic infographic to know more!

An infographic by stylecraze.

Healthy Benefits of Drinking Tea #infographic #tea #health

Did you know that tea is considered the most widely consumed beverage in the world for its health benefits? Infusions were first consumed in China as a medicine but later it became common all over the world not only for its taste but also for health its impressive benefits. It has been found that consumption of 3 cups of tea per day reduces the risk of stroke by 21 percent.

General health benefits of tea include the reduction in coronary heart disease, reduction in cardiac death, drop in total mortality, reduction in cerebral infarction, among others. Moreover, green tea, herbal tea, and black tea have their own health benefits. Green tea prevents neurological disorders, clogging of arteries, diabetes, cancer, ageing… Black tea reduces the risk of stroke, kidney stones. Black tea facilitates normal blood pressure and manage diabetes. Herbal tea improves sleeping, digestion, and kidney functions.

An Infographic by Blue Banyan.