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Need a Good Night's Sleep? Drink This.

FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

If you're having problems falling a sleep, a new study shows drinking cherry juice can help people battling insomnia.

The Louisiana State University study found people who drank cherry juice twice a day for two weeks had less trouble falling asleep and slept for about an hour and a half longer than people given a placebo.

Experts say cherries, specifically Montmorency tart cherries are a natural source of the sleep hormone, melatonin.

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