The natural remedies that can beat insomnia

Britain has become a nation of sleeping-pill-poppers. Stress-related insomnia has been blamed for a sharp increase in the number of people prescribed powerful drugs to help them sleep, with 15.3million prescriptions handed out for sleeping pills last year, costing the NHS almost £50 million.
A third of adults will suffer insomnia at some point but there are fears that strong medication is being given out too readily and that patients are becoming hooked.
Many medicines have potentially dangerous side effects, including liver problems, headaches and nausea. Yet there are natural remedies that are proving remarkably effective in clinical trials, without the same complications.
 A 2010 study found that drinking a glass of unsweetened cherry juice in the morning and evening helped improve sleep. 

Source  - Daily Mail