Soothing sound of a calm river

Soothing sound of a calm river flowing in the green summer forest on an overcast day. If you are sitting in front of the computer, like I do right now, doing some work, research for school, or just trying to calm down after a long and stressful day. Try putting on this nature sound video in the background, listen to the sound of the calm river as you continue doing whatever you do. Nature sounds make it easier to focus and concentrate on work and studies, while music or the TV will take your focus away, making your productivity bad

Have you been feeling tired and out of sorts? Has work gotten you down? Whether it’s workplace problems, bad co-workers, a tyrant boss, or too little time, work can be amazingly stressful, and stress is a problem that tends to snowball. It starts out small, as just one snowflake, and as it rolls down the hill it inevitably picks up more snow and becomes a giant snowball, capable of knocking a person over. Prevent work-related stress from taking over your life by listening to relaxing nature sounds, for both work and studies. They’ll prevent distractions, relax you and help you focus on the task ahead

Calm river sound

This combination will make sure that you don’t feel tired and stressed, and are able to increase your productivity levels. River sounds are especially great for work because they’re constant and roaring. The sound doesn’t change and fluctuate much, so you aren’t distracted by the very sound clip that’s supposed to help you focus. If you have a noisy workspace it can be impossible to focus on work. People like to talk at work, and if you ask them to speak quietly they could take it offensively and turn against you. Avoid that problem by simply putting on some white noise in the form of relaxing nature sounds. You’ll be in a lovely mood, it’s scientifically proven!, and you’ll get stuff done. If you’re overworked and stressed, or feeling worn out, it’s a good idea to spend some time quietly listening to the natural sounds and meditate a while before you get started

Get to work fifteen minutes early if needed, sit down, play the sounds, close your eyes, and try to clear your mind. Think about the river you’re hearing in this nature video, and if any other thoughts try to nudge in, whether they’re of work, school, food, your family, of anything, push them far away. This is your time to unwind. Do this for fifteen minutes every day before, and after, if you like, work. It’ll take just half an hour of your day, but it’ll have a huge impact on your overall mood. It’s certainly better than drinking or watching TV to relax