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I understand the benefits of listening to music before sleep but can you touch on whether the same would apply to keeping the music on while asleep? I've read conflicting information that on one hand says music helps sleep when left on all night and but also that it prevents the brain from reaching deeper levels of sleep. If my son prefers to listen to music at bedtime and keep it on all night, is that worse for his sleep than white noise?Can you clarify that for me? Thanks!
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