Whether it’s down to anxiety, stress, a poor sleeping pattern or you’re just very unlucky finding yourself staring at the ceiling as the clock ticks by is something no one will enjoy. Everyone needs a goodnight’s sleep but achieving that isn’t always easy.
In this post, we want to share some ways to quickly relieve anxiety. We’ll go over scientifically proven methods, such as exercising, spending time with loved ones, listening to nature sounds, and deep breathing. Pick something that works for you, so the next time you feel anxious you know what to do.
Water flowing over pebbles in a stream, birds calling to each other in a forest, the wind blowing across a pasture, waves lapping at the beach, a waterfall thundering down… When feeling tired, stressed, or distracted, you’ve probably used nature sounds to soothe your nerves or help you focus. It’s a growing trend, especially among school-going children. The soothing sounds help relieve the stress of exams, and since they’re listening to these sounds, they don’t notice external disturbances and can, therefore, focus better. It’s like meditation, except easier to perform, and you already got the tools to get started
Nature sounds can be a great way to relax after having a tough day, either at work, school, or in your personal life. They also make a calming atmosphere if you play them in the background, while working, studying, or meditating. Before the wonderful world of the internet, people had to go out into the wild to experience the nature sounds, but now you can do it from the comfort of your own home, either by listening on YouTube, sites like Spotify and SoundCloud, or Nature Sounds TV. In this article, we take a look at the 10 most searched for nature sounds, according to Google