Waterfall and birds chirping sounds

Gorgeous summer landscape with a dense green forest and a white waterfall flowing down the mountainside, on a sunny day with a blue sky and a bit of clouds. Relaxing natural white noise coming from the waterfall, while birds are chirping. Fall asleep faster at night, by having the sound of a waterfall on in the background. Great sound to block out other distracting noises as well, like construction and traffic in the surrounding area

Sounds from nature have a healing effect on our body, soul and mind. Whether it is the sound of birds singing or the crash of ocean waves against the shore, natural sounds can help you relax and rest properly. This is because the brain perceives these sounds as non-threats. When we hear these sounds, we just tune out and ignore them. Loud noises like the sound of an alarm clock are difficult to ignore or sleep through

Non-threatening noises such as soft waterfall sounds and the pitter-patter of rain on the roof can drown out sounds that you don’t have any control over. For instance, the rhythmic crashing of water onto rock and sand creates a mental state of contentment, focus, and relaxation, which offers a wide range of benefits. If you are living in a place with so much artificial noise, listening to nature sounds on YouTube, for example, will help you better connect with nature. It creates a calm, peaceful atmosphere that gives you respite from the stresses of everyday life. These sounds rejuvenate the body and soul after a tiresome day

Waterfall in the forest

Nature sounds are beneficial for babies as well. These sounds can help lull babies to sleep. Outside noises are disruptive and disturbing for most infants, as well as for adults. Nature sounds can mask other sounds and help them sleep better. This is particularly beneficial for babies who are sensitive to outside noise. Listening to nature sounds can also improve focus and concentration. It’s a great option for kids with ADHD or ADD. The sounds of nature can stimulate memories and heighten senses. Sound can stimulate both negative and positive emotions. A steady waterfall or the sound of crickets might lull you to sleep. Try out various sounds for a few nights at a time and see how your body and mind respond