Music won’t cure your insomnia, but it can provide short-term relief: There’s even evidence that listening to music before sleep might improve sleep quality.
She recommends listening to instrumental music instead, particularly tracks that rely on low instruments like the cello or the double bass.
There is a song that’s praised frequently as the most relaxing: “Weightless” by the UK band Marconi Union.
There’s also pink noise, which is similar to white noise but decreases in intensity as the frequency increases.
(A UC Berkeley explainer calls it “white noise with the bass turned up.”)

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