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Post Reply Does drinking warm milk before bed actually make you sleepy?
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Posted 9/3/14
cold milk does
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Posted 9/3/14


It's not really hot cocoa if you don't add milk.
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Posted 9/3/14
never work for me
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Posted 9/4/14
Yeah doesn't work try it cold
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Posted 9/4/14

DollyDagger11 wrote:

Yeah doesn't work try it cold



I always try it cold..........nothing.
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Posted 9/4/14
I love warm milk before bed but if anything it makes me more awake
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Posted 9/5/14

MagicHisoka wrote:

I love warm milk before bed but if anything it makes me more awake


Ah, I see.
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Posted 9/8/14
Maybe its all the placebo effect? Perhaps it works a little bit, and the placebo effect does the rest? Or maybe the placebo effect has nothing to do with it (highly doubtful, the placebo effect is almost always at work when you do something like this).

If you don't know what the placebo effect is:

A placebo is a simulated or otherwise medically ineffectual treatment for a disease or other medical condition intended to deceive the recipient. Sometimes patients given a placebo treatment will have a perceived or actual improvement in a medical condition, a phenomenon commonly called the placebo effect. Placebo effect consists of several different effects woven together, and the methods of placebo administration may be as important as the administration itself.
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Firedestroyer wrote:

Maybe its all the placebo effect? Perhaps it works a little bit, and the placebo effect does the rest? Or maybe the placebo effect has nothing to do with it (highly doubtful, the placebo effect is almost always at work when you do something like this).

If you don't know what the placebo effect is:

A placebo is a simulated or otherwise medically ineffectual treatment for a disease or other medical condition intended to deceive the recipient. Sometimes patients given a placebo treatment will have a perceived or actual improvement in a medical condition, a phenomenon commonly called the placebo effect. Placebo effect consists of several different effects woven together, and the methods of placebo administration may be as important as the administration itself.



Placebo effect?
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Posted 9/9/14
So, Wikipedia's explanation was super obnoxious and complicated, then?
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Posted 9/9/14

Firedestroyer wrote:

So, Wikipedia's explanation was super obnoxious and complicated, then?


Yeah.
Posted 10/17/14
Milk is disgusting.

I listen to music.
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Posted 10/17/14

thestars201 wrote:

Milk is disgusting.

I listen to music.


What type of music?
Posted 10/17/14

qualeshia3 wrote:


thestars201 wrote:

Milk is disgusting.

I listen to music.


What type of music?


All kinds.. pop, hip hop, rap... anime openings/endings, osts

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Posted 10/18/14



Not soothing music?
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