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things you never knew about sheep, counting them isn’t the best way to get to sleep a 2002 oxford university study found that counting sheep actually makes it harder for insomniacs to fall asleep. according to new scientist, 50 sleepless souls were asked to try different nodding-off techniques as part of the investigation. one group were told to imagine a peaceful, relaxing scene; a second group were asked to use distraction techniques such as counting sheep and a third were left to their own devices. while those picturing a tranquil scene fell asleep an average of 20 minutes earlier than normal, the sheep-counters ended up taking slightly longer than usual to drift off. so there you have it: imagine relaxing scenes, not sheep.
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the practice of counting sheep before bedtime is thought to date back to medieval england, when shepherds using communal grazing land were required to keep close count of their flocks, often using a traditional, alternative numerical system known as “yan yan tethera”. the exact sounds used to represent each number varied across the country, and were often rather brilliant: variants of “bumfit” were commonly used to mean “15”, for example. a tale in petrus alphonsi’s 12th-century collection of fables, disciplina clericalis, also describes a sleepy storyteller who begins telling a story that involves counting sheep suggesting that the association between sheep-counting and sleep may have been around for quite a while.
imagine you’re a small-scale farmer. your sheep are your livelihood, but to cut costs you don’t have a sheep dog. how can you tell if your flock is in danger? the answer may soon be “via mobile text alert”. back in 2012 scientists were working on a system of heart rate monitors for sheep, designed to trigger a text warning to the shepherd in the event of an accelerated heart rate. the only problem? it might be a little difficult to tell the difference between the accelerated heart rate of frightened, about-to-be-eaten sheep, and excited, amorous sheep. maybe sheep dogs aren’t so defunct after all.