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Does Warm Milk Really Help You Fall Asleep
Maybe!: The idea is that the tryptophan (found in turkey as well!) helps you to relax by increasing serotonin in the brain. A glass of warm milk to help you fall asleep has never been proven, but if you feel it helps then it probably does! its not harmful, just don't drink too much or you will wake up all night having to go to the bathroom! ...Read more
I can't fall asleep and I tried warm milk... I don't have any disorders and this happens very rarely to me. What can I do?
Lots of things!!: Start a specific "sleep time" routine. Make your bedroom a "sleeping only" area (do not read, watch TV, etc.). Avoid any alcohol and long-term use of sleep aids. Take a warm bath to relax prior to going to bed. Consider starting an exercise program or using other aids (electric blanket, earplugs, or an eye mask...) Avoid caffeine. Avoid "screen time" too close to bedtime. Try melatonin. Take Care ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Magic Milk: Milk is high in lactose (sugar) and the addition of table sugar (sucrose) can also be helpful. Both sugars raise Insulin levels which in turn effects Amino Acid levels in the bloodstream. With insulin, tryptophan levels remain higher vs other Amino Acids so more gets to the brain. It's a precursor to serontonin, the "feel good" amino acid. Sleep isn't a guarantee but relaxation can be induced. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My milk is not enough for my1month old baby so igive him formula120ml.But to fall asleep he still needs me tobreastfeed him.Well he eats a lot.Normal?
Babies vary!: The best way to know if your baby is getting enough is through his growth. If a baby is growing and gaining normally, he's likely getting enough. You can also gain information through the number of wet diapers your baby is putting out (6-8 wet diapers per day is pretty common). Your baby may like the breast feeding at night because of the extra warmth and contact that only you can give him! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm at school, go to lunch, drink milk, go back to class, and than go to another test than i fall asleep is it because i'm missing vitamins?
Natural course: Be sure you have enough sleep at night. It is common for people to have what is called alkaline tide or hamburger shift after lunch, and unfortunately so. Proper diet is all we need. I don't believe in vitamin supplementation unless really necessary. The only two used as real vitamins in your system are a and k. The rest are used for the metabolism of food which are present in the foods anyway. ...Read more
How big of a problem is baby bottle tooth decay? We don't give anything to our baby in a bottle other than milk and water, but i'm still worried that we're giving it to her too close to bed time. I try to make sure she doesn't fall asleep with it in her m
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