Cherry juice has sleep-stimulating properties. Cherries are rich in natural melatonin, a hormone that stimulates sleep and regulates the internal clock.
The health organization says the cherry must be chosen because it contains higher amounts of melatonin, while avoiding the artificial juice in shops, being rich in sugars.
Evidence suggests that eating too much sugar can lead to sleep disorder.A 2016 study found that people who ate large amounts of sugar and fat in their diet had a real nighttime sleep problem.
One study revealed that cherry juice helped a number of participants, who suffer from insomnia, to increase sleep time by about 85 minutes.
Experts also recommended a cup of warm milk before bed, for a good night, as it helps reduce stress levels and "stabilize" nerve fibers, including those in the brain.
Experts also say it is necessary to avoid certain carbohydrate-rich foods, to help sleep deeply, as well as to choose foods that are high in fat-free protein, such as cheese.