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The music-sleep connection
The music-sleep connection has numerously been supported in studies all over the world.
Music-sleep studies have found that music helps people with both short-term and chronic sleep problems.
As you are falling asleep, your heart rate begins to slow.
Slow music at around 60 beats per minute effectively “tunes” your heartbeat toward the sleep zone.
The Nose: A Key To Better Sleep
Nasal breathing is critical to a good night’s sleep. Compared with oral breathing, nasal breathing decreases snoring and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Chronic mouth breathing in children changes the shape of children’s faces and can lead to dental problems.
Opening up the nasal passages and addressing nasal obstruction will significantly improve the quality of your sleep and your life.
Light has a profound effect on sleep. Exposure to light early in the day stimulates the body and mind, encouraging feelings of wakefulness, alertness, and energy.
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Light exposure at night also stimulates alertness and that can pose a serious problem for healthy, abundant, refreshing sleep.
Light exposure during the evening can make it harder to fall asleep. Insufficient darkness throughout the night can lead to frequent and prolonged awakenings.