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Milk does have small amounts of tryptophan, the hormone that induces sleep. But if the beverage leaves you cold, opt for an evening and morning glass of tart cherry juice, which contains the sleep hormone melatonin. According to a British study, people who drink it regularly sleep longer (an extra 25 minutes) and more deeply than those who don’t.
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