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Coldplay top poll of 'music most likely to help people fall asleep'

Radiohead, Snow Patrol and Alicia Keys also feature in the Top 10 list

Coldplay have topped a poll of acts most likely to help people fall asleep.

According to a survey by Travelodge, Chris Martin and co came top of the list, followed by Michael Bublé and Snow Patrol.

"In today's hectic fast-paced world, stress is the number one trigger for keeping 75 per cent of Britons awake at night," Leigh McCarron, Travelodge sleep director said. "Therefore it's no surprise that eight out of ten Britons rely on music to help them nod off."

The study also found that 84 per cent of Britons reported listening to music helps aid a good night's sleep, while 15 per cent stated they have a much better night's sleep if they have listened to music before drifting off.

Other acts who appear on the list include Radiohead, Jack Johnson, Alicia Keys and Barry White.

The Top 10 acts most likely to help people fall asleep is as follows:

1. Coldplay
2. Michael Bublé
3. Snow Patrol
4. Alicia Keys
5. Jack Johnson
6. Taylor Swift
7. Mozart
8. Barry White
9. Leona Lewis
10. Radiohead



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