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As an regular insomniac I sympathise here.
I don't really know much about the physiology of this, but I had the vague
idea that the warm drink, especially warm milk, released some kind of
chemicals that help induce sleep. Perhaps it impacts on melatonin
Engaging in some kind of task, like reading, can break the cycle, but like
you say- why is this?
Sorry, questions not answers...
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