Banana Smoothie

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Right don't think im mad but thought id let all you non sleepers know that right now im gonna have a hot bath and then im gonna sit in bed with my ice pack on my knee sipping my banana smoothie lol. im hoping for a miracle lol. il report tomorrow if I can wake up ha ha ha

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    Let us know if it works if it does it will be down the shop for bananas and get the blender out x
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    Go easy on the bananas folks!  I think you would have to eat a shed load of them to help you sleep (probably best with a potassium suppliment) BUT they most definitley will cause an increase in fluid retention and swelling if you eat too many. 
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    if this  is the answer to my sleepless nights il buy out tescos stock of bananas   in my next trip to the supermarket !!!!!!!!!!! ohhhhhhhh please let it work cant wait for result !!!
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    I have been drinking a glass of chocolate almond milk before bed for months now and I am convinced it helps settle me for the night. Bananas are good too and keeping hydrated is very important. Getting up to go to the loo is better than not being hydrated. 
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    Yes I love Almond milk, don't have dairy products in my diet, used to have Soya milk but prefer Almond. Other flavours but chocolate is yummy. 
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    I've just eaten a banana, some chocolate almonds and a glass of milk. Can't get in the bath yet so a shower had to do and now I'm in bed with my ice pack on. Roll on the zzzzzzzzzzzzzz's lol 
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    Just eaten my banana, had my milky drink....so saying goodnight all!
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