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Science Fair Project - Does (Different) Music affect your sleep

Does (Different) Music Affect Your Sleep
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Allison Garza

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of Science Fair Project - Does (Different) Music affect your sleep

Procedure Do different genres of music affect the way we sleep? Our dreams? Our moods in the day? How much we wake up during the night? What am I asking? I think that music does affect all of those
things. Our moods, sleeping patterns, dreams
and how much we wake up during the night.
This question interests me because some people I know do listen to music when they go to sleep. They usually listen to pop or rock, so they wake up fine because that's what they're used to, but make them listen to classical, they don't wake up very well. Usually.
What I want to find out is... "Does music affect the time you wake up." My Hypothesis. Facts Depends on the type of music, music can affect your sleep in a good way. Soothing music can help you fall asleep easier, while noisy music like rock can disturb you and cause you to wake up several times during the night. It also depends how loud the music is, and what ones personal reference to music is. Side affects to listening to music is physiological disturbance, a change in their dreams (everyone does dream; it's been proven) and can cause mild to severe mood changes. Materials A list of things I might/will need for this project.

1) Notebook
2) Pencil/Pen
3) Data Table
4) Music Player
5) Music Before going to bed, turn on some music that you will sleep with.
Look at the time you went to bed, record it on your notebook.
If you can't sleep with that music & you've been tossing & turning, look at the time it is now & record it on your notebook.
Once it is morning, look at the time now & record it.
Do this with as many different genres of music you want & compare your answer, for example, at the end of the week. By: Allison Garza
Mr. Keyes
7th Period Does (different) Music Affect Your Sleep? http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_different_music_affect_how_you_sleep Bibliography My list of sources wasn't very many, one is already under my "Facts" slide.

http://www.ehow.com/how-does_4898999_music-affect-sleeping-patterns.html

http://musiclife-ttt.blogspot.com/2010/08/how-does-music-affect-your-sleep.html
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