Pink Noise – A Calm Sleep

Noise is generally something that we try to avoid; it can be incredibly intrusive, irritating and can even damage your hearing. 

Noise in our society is so prevalent that the World Health Organisation has declared noise pollution the second biggest environmental killer after air pollution. 

Nevertheless, as it turns out, not all noise is created equal. 

Last week we shared an article from the Guardian where Megan Nolan recounted her experience with white noise, extolling its virtues in making her relax better, sleep more calmly and generally improving her quality of life. 

Apparently though, pink noise may even be more efficient than white noise. Pink noise is quite similar to white noise except that it accentuates low frequencies, as opposed to white noise which does not accentuate any particular frequency. Read here for more info on white and pink noise. 

According to Barone people’s sleep and memory recall greatly improves when falling asleep with pink noise. Nevertheless, some studies also point towards adverse effects due to continuous exposure to white or pink noise, and whilst none of the studies are conclusive, it’s good to be aware that the noise shouldn’t be played too loudly. 

Having problems with sleep? Then you should try white or pink noise! 

There are lots of videos with noise on Youtube but the source and quality is never guaranteed. To be safe, download SonicTonic from the App or Google store and get high grade white and pink noise for free!
(P.S: if you‚Äôre concerned with having your phone in bed due to ‚Äúelectro smog‚ÄĚ then put it on flightmode and download Flux to kill the blue light which is keeping you awake. That app is free and literally a life saver).¬†

Get your great sleeping aid (SonicTonic) at: Google store or App Store .

French version below: 

Le bruit est g√©n√©ralement quelque chose que nous essayons d’√©viter ; il peut √™tre incroyablement intrusif, irritant et peut m√™me endommager votre ou√Įe.¬†

Le bruit dans notre soci√©t√© est si r√©pandu que l’Organisation mondiale de la Sant√© a d√©clar√© que la pollution sonore √©tait la deuxi√®me cause principal de mortalit√© apr√®s la pollution atmosph√©rique.¬†

N√©anmoins, il s’av√®re que tous les bruits ne sont pas √©gaux.¬†

La semaine derni√®re, nous avons partag√© un article du Guardian o√Ļ Megan Nolan partageait son exp√©rience du bruit blanc et vantait ses vertus en l’aidant √† se d√©tendre, √† dormir et √† am√©liorer sa qualit√© de vie en g√©n√©ral.¬†

Apparemment, le bruit rose peut m√™me √™tre plus efficace que le bruit blanc. Le bruit rose est assez similaire au bruit blanc sauf qu’il accentue les basses fr√©quences, contrairement au bruit blanc qui n’accentue aucune fr√©quence particuli√®re. Cliquez ici pour plus d’informations sur le bruit blanc et rose.¬†

Selon Barone, le sommeil et la m√©moire des gens s’am√©liorent consid√©rablement lorsqu’ils s’endorment avec un bruit rose. N√©anmoins, certaines √©tudes indiquent √©galement des effets n√©fastes dus √† une exposition continue au bruit blanc ou rose, et bien qu’aucune des √©tudes ne soit concluante, il est bon d’√™tre conscient que le bruit ne doit pas √™tre jou√© trop fort.¬†

Souffrez-vous de troubles du sommeil ? Alors vous devriez essayer le bruit blanc ou rose ! 

Il y a beaucoup de vid√©os avec du bruit sur Youtube mais la source et la qualit√© ne sont jamais garanties. Pour plus de s√©curit√©, t√©l√©chargez SonicTonic √† partir de l’App Store ou de la boutique Google et obtenez du bruit blanc et rose de haute qualit√©, gratuitement !
(P.S : si vous √™tes inquiet d’avoir votre t√©l√©phone au lit √† cause de “l’√©lectro smog”, mettez-le en mode avion et t√©l√©chargez l’app Flux pour tuer la lumi√®re bleue qui vous emp√™che de dormir. Cette application est gratuite et litt√©ralement un sauveur de vie).¬†

Obtenez votre grande aide au sommeil (SonicTonic) à : Google Play ou App Store . 

The SonicTonic app is
available for iOS and Android.

Take this opportunity to try a natural and softer approach and have a good sleep already tonight.

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