The digital Lullaby Generator is here crafted by Zepp and Swedish creative masterminds, Dinahmoe. The Lullaby Generator is free to use and allows one to create tailor-made music based on their very own sleep patterns for an enhanced night’s rest.
Music as a beside aide
The digital Lullaby Generator has been blessed upon us due to the results of a Global Sleep Study. It revealed that 89% of all respondents believe that listening to calming music can help with sleep, with Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, completed in 1801 and one of the composer’s most popular piano pieces, the musical soundtrack that emerged in the poll as most likely to send Brits to sleep at bedtime.
A fifth (20%) of UK respondents said it was the track that always helped them drop off, while in second place (14%) was Chopin’s instantly recognisable Nocturne Number 2, the composer’s most famous piece which was finished in 1830. Classical music was the genre found to be most effective at helping people sleep soundly, followed by pop and country or folk music.
The pandemic has all of us worried. As a result of this worry, Brits are losing on sleep. 37% of UK respondents admitted they are utterly sleep-deprived, with the data revealing that lockdown has played havoc with the nation’s sleeping patterns. A quarter (24%) have found it harder to sleep over the past six months and one in five (20%) claim their normal routine is all over the place. Over a quarter (27%) of the UK admitted to becoming night owls, whilst 15% of the nation are now napping during the day.
The biggest cause for tossing and turning at night is believed to be due to woes about the gloomy economic outlook, with 40% worrying about money, followed by work (34%), COVID-19 (27%), whilst 24% worry about their partner as well as children and their schooling (19%).
Dr. Lourdes DelRosso, Co-chair of World Sleep Day, World Sleep Society said: “By tracking sleep, you will have a better understanding of if you are achieving the three components of healthy sleep—duration, or the length of sleep, continuity, meaning sleeping without fragmentation, and depth, which is sleep deep enough to be restorative.”
“It’s a step in the right direction that companies like Zepp are asking questions that make people more aware of sleep behaviours across cultures and more conscious of sleep issues that impact the world.”