Music to sleep to

Music to sleep to

10 hours of relaxing music – sleep music, piano music for

Relax music with meditation is ideal for beginners or perfectionists who want to learn to meditate easily and better control their stress levels. Yoga meditation music should be played for at least 20 minutes, but even a brief period of time or only one song will help him or her regain energy and overcome anxiety.
How Do We Use Music to Promote Mindfulness at Home?
Music for mindfulness is a simple meditation that can be done at home because it only includes music. It does not necessitate any special abilities or tutors to help us through it. To achieve the program’s aim, the music should be carefully chosen, and it can be mastered with practice. After learning the technique, one can reap all of the benefits of meditation music with less effort. In the world of yoga and asanas, this is the perfect stress reduction meditation.
Yoga Nidra is for working people who want to reduce exhaustion and improve their sleeping time despite their stressed-out minds. This is similar to music for mindfulness in that it uses yoga to induce sleep.

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David Drury in Los Angeles (DD in LA)

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Two excellent tracks by award-winning Australian organist David Drury have been rescued from the vaults and are now accessible for the first time. This digital EP, recorded on the 1911 Murray M. Harris Organ in St James’ Church in Los Angeles, features Joseph Jongen’s magnificent Sonata Eroica, one of the most important works of 20th-century organ music. The Sonata Eroica is intensely beautiful and passionately rhapsodic, tracing a musical journey from simple folk melody to mighty fugue, culminating in a radiant burst of joyous sunshine. Drury takes full advantage of the colors and textures available on the Harris organ, bringing Jongen’s vision to life.

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Fatigue, tiredness, exhaustion, and issues with daytime functioning may all be symptoms of sleep disorders. Music has been shown to reduce sympathetic nervous system function, anxiety, blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratory rate, as well as have a beneficial impact on sleep through muscle relaxation and thought distraction. In most previous studies, no control groups were included.
A three-group repeated measures method was used. In 2006, ninety-four students (aged 19 to 28) with sleep complaints were examined. For three weeks, participants listened to either soothing classical music (Group 1) or an audiobook (Group 2) for 45 minutes at bedtime. The monitoring group (Group 3) did not receive any treatment. The Pittsburg Sleep Quality Index was used to assess sleep quality before the study and on a weekly basis during the intervention. The Beck Depression Inventory was used to assess depressive symptoms in experimental group participants.
TIME had a key influence (P 0.0001) and an association with GROUPS (P 0.0001), according to repeated measures anova. Music enhanced sleep quality statistically significantly (P 0.0001), according to post hoc experiments with Bonferroni correction. In both the audiobook and control groups, sleep quality did not change statistically significantly. The music community saw a statistically significant reduction in depressive symptoms (P 0.0001), but not the audiobook group.

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I’ve been slowly making four separate playlists for nighttime snoozing over the last few years. The full lists are below, along with Spotify links so you can listen to them whenever you want.
Even if classical music isn’t your thing, it’s difficult to deny the calming impact that these beautiful pieces have when played at the right time and in the right place. Both of these composers are unquestionable masters. But instead of lightsabers, they use quills.
I’m not sure when classical music ends and contemporary classical music begins, so please forgive me if one or two of these belong in the previous portion. Personally, I enjoy some of the contemporary piano music being created, and this is my current favorite playlist. It’s also the only thing that can bring my dog back to life after a night of post-dinner zoomies.
This playlist begins with some chill-out music that is both soothing and upbeat. The second half slows it down even further, with some brain entrainment thrown in for good measure, ensuring a restful night’s sleep.