What foods should you eat -- or avoid -- to get a good night's rest?
Valerian Tea -- The root of the valerian plant has been shown in some studies to speed the onset of sleep and improve sleep quality. Some also believe that valerian tea along with motherwort, chamomile and catnip brews, none of which contain caffeine, will help make you drowsy.
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