Multiple Studies Show Natural Sounds Improve Health
A new study shows that listening to nature could have significant health benefits.
Colorado State University, Michigan State University, Carleton University and the National Park Service worked together on the project. They aggregated data from several studies and found that just listening to natural sounds can improve your health. Those benefits ranged from alleviating stress, to improving cognitive functioning to reducing pain during surgical procedures.
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