Sleep and music survey launched – call for participants

We are interested in how many people listen to music when they go to bed, and if it helps them to sleep. Please take part in our new survey, and have the chance to win £100 of national shopping vouchers.

Do you fall asleep to music or the radio, or do you prefer complete silence? Do you think listening to music helps you sleep?

A new collaborative project between Dr Victoria Williamson of the Music, Mind and Brain group at the University of Sheffield, and Dr Simon Durrant of the Sleep and Cognition Laboratory at the University of Lincoln seeks to answer to these questions. As the first step in the proces, a major new survey has been launched.

The survey only takes around 15 minutes to complete, and to show our gratitude we are offering participants the chance to win £100 of shopping vouchers with a national retailer of your choice. We are keen for everyone to participate, regardless of whether or not you listen to music at night, in order to get a comprehensive and balanced sample.

To take part in the survey, please visit:​.

Please also feel free to share this link with your friends and families.

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