Listening to Music May Help You Sleep

By SleepSchool Editorial Staff

“Research on improving with music is filled with methodological mistakes. Self-reported sleep quality – the metric of choice for many music studies – often doesn’t correlate with objective measures of sleep: people will often think they’ve gotten a good night’s sleep (best defined as an unmedicated, uninterrupted night somewhere between seven and ten hours). But in many cases, they haven’t.”

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