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As this workshop is scientifically based, you can find in-depth information and the scientific research on the topics discussed below. So, just in case you are interested, check it out and learn even more:

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Kuula, Liisa & Halonen, Risto & Kajanto, Kristiina & Lipsanen, Jari & Makkonen, Tommi & Peltonen, Miina & Pesonen, Anu-Katriina. (2020). The Effects of Presleep Slow Breathing and Music Listening on Polysomnographic Sleep Measures – a pilot trial. Scientific Reports. 10. 10.1038/s41598-020-64218-7. 

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