Discover Sleeping Songs for Better Rest [Listen]

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If you are having trouble falling asleep and staying asleep, sleeping songs may be what you need to help you out! More here.

According to the World Association of Sleep Medicine, sleep problems have become a global epidemic that threatens the health and quality of life for approximately 45 percent of the world’s population. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that adults obtain a minimum of seven hours of sleep during each 24-hour period for optimal health and wellness. Yet, as highlighted by the American Sleep Association, a staggering 35.3 percent of U.S. adults report obtaining less than seven hours of sleep in a typical day. If you find yourself among this group, it’s time for you to address your sleep issues and work on getting better rest— this is where sleeping songs come into play.

Throughout human history, people have used music to reduce stress, relax, and promote slumber. For those with sleep problems, they may find that relaxing music before bedtime helps them clear their mind and both fall asleep and stay asleep. Most people have strong opinions regarding the types of music or sounds they prefer and what works for one person may not work for others. Below is a collection of sleeping songs and music to check out for yourself!

Sleeping Songs & Music

Sleep Music for Insomnia

Deep Sleep Music

Soft Piano Music

Relaxing Harp Music

Instrumental Music

Most sleep experts agree that sleep music should have a slow tempo, at 60 beats per minute (BPM) or less if they want to relax. Several sleep experts discourage lyrics in sleep music as they believe spoken words cause active listening and are thus not as effective for inducing sleep. However, it is clear that some consumers don’t mind lyrics and some of the favorite playlists on sleep services have plenty of songs that have lyrics. Desired duration of sleep music is another factor to consider. Sleep music duration options vary widely. Some people prefer to listen to a song or playlist to fall asleep. For these folks, there are individual songs and playlists from a few minutes to 1 hour in duration. Other people like to play music in the background the entire night. For these people, there are several music offerings in the 8-12 hour range of duration on YouTube.

Share these sleeping songs and music with others looking for better sleep!

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