There are many benefits of drinking herbal tea, which often substituted in fir another drink. Everyone is on the go due to work and errands, including the commute for a majority of people. Usually, being on the go makes it highly common for people to grab whatever meal and drink on their way out. And if someone is running on little to zero amount of sleep, it is not uncommon that a percentage of them will grab a coffee on the way. Coffee is great due to its, what most will refer to as, an extra “boost” to wake up and function throughout the day.
However, consuming too much coffee aka caffeinated drinks can cause a lot of health issues, IF one does not monitor their caffeine intake. properly Many people have become dehydrated because of too much caffeine and little to zero amount of liquids such as water and juices. And of course–the notorious–many people who consume a certain amount of caffeinated drinks like coffee often have a difficult time of falling and staying asleep.
That is why herbal tea should be included in one’s diet, especially for seniors whom most of cannot drink caffeinated drinks, like coffee; soda; and even certain juices because of the high sugar intake, due to medication and its side effects. Most of our seniors at A-1 Home Care have to maintain a proper nutrition and healthy lifestyle due to medication side effects and to avoid getting more ill. The perks of drinking herbal tea has to do with its healthier low amount of calorie and sugar intake. Also, studies have shown that drinking tea a few hours before bedtime will help the body relax, making it easier to fall asleep at a descent hour.
These five herbal teas should be checked out for its soothing, tasty, and healthy intake:
You can find more herbal tea options at Living Pretty Naturally: www.livingprettynaturally.com/best-herbal-tea-for-health-and-beauty
If you would like to hear more about our in-home and twenty-hour services at A-1 Home Care and what tasks that our caregivers can assist your loved one with, then be sure to call us at our Palos Verdes office 310-657-8780 or at our Santa Fe Springs headquarters (562) 929-8400.