LONDON (Reuters) – People who use music as a way to sleep are more likely to listen to Johann Sebastian Bach's work before going to sleep, according to a recent online survey by two British universities.
A total of 651 people participated in the poll conducted by the Smithsonian College of Gold and the University of Sheffield. They have been used globally through social networking platforms.
Sixty-two percent said they used music to help them sleep, and talked about 14 types of music with 545 artists. Bach took the throne in a poll and was quoted by 15 people, followed by Ed Sheeran and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, both of whom received 13 votes.