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Music improves older adults’ sleep quality – Medical Xpress

Listening to music before going to be can improve sleep quality among older adults, according to an analysis of all relevant published clinical trials.

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Listening to music before going to be can improve sleep quality among older adults, according to an analysis of all relevant published clinical trials.
In the analysis, which is published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, five randomized trials met the investigators’ criteria. Older adults who listened to music experienced significantly better sleep quality than those who did not listen to music. Also, older adults who listened to sedative music experienced a greater improvement…

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