Lullabies aren’t just for babies—they’re great for adults, too. Learn about the all-natural sleep aid that helps you fall asleep fast and wake up refreshed.
August 31st, 2018
According to a recent article published by the Sleep Organization, using soothing music to wind down before bed each night is perfectly acceptable—even encouraged—as a relaxation technique.
It turns out that bedtime listening can even help people with sleep disorders by boosting sleep quality and quantity. The benefits may not happen overnight—it can take as many as three weeks to see improvement—but listening to music pays off. Putting on some tunes can help you fall asleep faster, wake up less during the night, and feel more rested in the morning.
While the reasons why music can help you sleep better aren’t clear, it may have to do with the relaxing effect that a good song can have or the fact that music may trigger feel-good chemicals in the brain.
This article is a re-post, with small modifications, of “Sleep & Music” an article published on sleeporg.com
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