Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Sleeping on the plane: an iTunes playlist?

BBC NEWS | Health | Listen to music to help you sleep

Looks like we need an iTunes playlist of music that fits these research results. Put it together w/ some nice noise cancelling headphones (sigh, Bose is $300 ...) and your iPod and sleep your next plane ride away.

If I do one I'll publish it to the Apple site and link to it from this page.
The music group were able to choose from six tapes that featured soft, slow music - around 60-80 beats per minute - such as jazz, folk or orchestral pieces.

Listening to music caused physical changes that aided restful sleep, including a lower heart and respiratory rate, the researchers found.

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