Sea Waves Sound Effects
The Rhythmic Sound of the Sea will Relax Your Mind and Clear Your Thoughts
The sea sounds are considered to be a “primordial sound.” Just like the waves breaking softly on a sandy beach, in a calm day. The sound is perceived by the human brain as a calming sound.
The human brain produces electrical waves as part of its normal functioning. Some are related to intense brain activity and others have more calming functions. The Beta waves relate to thinking, mind and body activity. They have frequency measured in the EEG at 14 to 30 Hz. The sea waves under calm conditions produce sounds between 0.05 to 16 Hz. This means that we probably vibrate in the same frequency as the sea.
Japanese scientists have studied the influences of the reproduction of wave sounds in functioning and mind activity of human body. They have concluded that the ultrasonic sounds that form part of the coastal waves have a positive effect on human brain waves.
Some possible benefits of listening to the sound of the sea:
- Feeling calmer, more relaxed.
- Helps to induce sleep.
- Improved ability to think and meditate.
- Enhanced problem-solving.
- Reprocess information stored in subconscious.
Walking along the beach is a perfect combination of healthy elements. The physical exercise is matched by a high level of oxygenation, and the abundant negative ions present within 2.6 km (1 mile) from the coastal line.
The presence of sunlight is excellent for bolstering the human mind against depression. Sunlight is also necessary for vitamin D production. Your eyes take in the natural beauty of your surroundings while you listen to the relaxing sounds and feel the wind and sea mist against your skin. All of these elements combine to revitalize the body and renew the spirit.