Ever wake up in the middle of the night, unable to go back to sleep? Watching the alarm clock changing minutes and hours, waiting to nod off is not fun. Taking over the counter sleep aids as well as some prescription sleep aids can lead to waking up groggy and unpreductive the next morning.
So, what's a person to do? There are natural remedies for insomnia that might answer that question. One of them is valerian.
Valerian root is a very interesting herb. It is useful in helping people fall asleep, and may have an antidepressant effect. It can also be useful calm the nervous or anxious.
Valerian comes in several different forms, as a tea, encapsulated, as an extract or in various tablet formats. It is often mixed with other herbs to improve the effect.
One point about valerian: it has a strong odor. I recommend that if you make a tea of this yourself, you mix it with something mild with a strong aroma to mask the smell.
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