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Pink noise is a natural sound that is found in various environments, such as rainfall, rustling leaves, and waves crashing on the shore. It is a more soothing and calming sound than white noise, which has a harsher and more static-like sound. Pink noise is often used in sound therapy to help reduce stress, improve concentration, and aid in sleep. Studies have shown that pink noise can have a positive effect on sleep quality, especially in older adults. Research has found that participants who listened to pink noise during sleep experienced more restful and efficient sleep compared to those who listened to white noise or no noise at all.
Pink noise has also been shown to have a positive effect on cognitive performance. A study published in the journal Brain and Cognition found that participants who listened to pink noise while performing a memory task had better performance and higher engagement compared to those who performed the task in silence or with white noise.
Overall, pink noise is calming because it contains lower frequency sounds that can help to slow down brain waves and promote relaxation. It can be a helpful tool for promoting sleep, reducing stress, and improving cognitive performance.
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Noise can interrupt sleep, and interrupted sleep is less restorative. Undesirable noise, like air and vehicle traffic that doesn’t disturb sleep can still affect sleep by changing the time we spend in different sleep stages, increasing lighter sleep stages and decreasing more restorative slow wave and REM sleep. A very popular solution is to mask unwanted noise with a more desirable acoustic environment. Many find that masking background noise helps to distract from anxious or intrusive thoughts and readies the mind for sleep. Sound therapies are a proven solution for help with Sleep, Relaxation, Focus, Meditation, Study, Insomnia and Sleep Disorders, Stress Relief, and Anxiety.
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Closely monitor sound levels – volume too high can make sleep difficult. Sound levels too high can make sleep difficult. We recommend a volume around 50-60 decibels, approximately the volume of moderate rainfall or quiet conversation. An app to measure sound level can be easily found wherever you download apps. The search phrase ‘sound level meter’ should produce multiple results.
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