Catchin' Z's With EEG's

Sleep Aid: It’s All in Your Head
By Mark Baard

Instead of counting sheep, insomniacs may find relief listening to the sounds of their own brain waves.

Results of a University of Toronto study indicate that “brain music” — EEG recordings converted into musical compositions in a computerized process — sends sleepless patients to dreamland faster.

Maybe this would help with my recent insomnia. I’m also thinking this could be adapted to help people think more “harmoniously”. If, instead of a CD, this music could be generated dynamically, one could use different types of thoughts to control the music.