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    As I recall several threads over the last year from guys who just cannot get to sleep, I have found this page about the soperific benefits of soothing music.

    What is usually heart-rending about these posts is that they typically appear with a timestamp of about 4 in the morning, with all the hallmarks of sleep-deprived desperation.

    LONDON (Reuters) - Having trouble sleeping? Don't bother with a cup of cocoa or counting sheep -- listening to music at bedtime is the way to get a restful night, Taiwanese researchers have found.
    In a paper published in the February issue of the Journal of Advanced Nursing, a team from Taiwan's Tzu Chi University said they studied the sleep patterns of 60 people aged between 60 and 83 who had difficulty sleeping.

    Half were given relaxing music to listen to for 45 minutes at bedtime and half were given no help to sleep.

    The team found that those who listened to a selection of soft, slow music experienced physical changes that aided restful sleep, such as lower heart and respiratory rates.

    "The difference between the music group and the control group was clinically significant," said lead author Hui-Ling Lai, vice director of nursing at the Buddhist Tzu Chi General Hospital and assistant professor at Tzu Chi University.

    "The music group reported a 26 per cent overall improvement in the first week and this figure continued to rise as they mastered the technique of relaxing to the sedative music."

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    I hope it helps for anyone in this situation...

    Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?

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    Hey, thanks I should try that some time the only problem is I have no soothing music :hmm:

    'It's Irrational, It's Impossible, It's Against my Religion'

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