Tossing and turning? “Pink Noise” improves sleep and memory
Updated: Jun 17
According to article on Dr Oz, studies show pink noise is less harsh than white noise and helps your brain relax, allowing you to drift off to sleep.
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From Amanda MacMillan's article on Time Health, we gathered the following statements :
A small new study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience suggests that one easy way for older adults to get deeper sleep and stronger memories is to listen to a certain soothing sound called “pink noise”
a new study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience suggests that one easy way for older adults to get deeper sleep with the soothing sound called "pink noise"
people's slow-wave oscillations increased on the nights punctuated by pink noise
A test conducted concluded that the subjects who had listened to it performed three times better on memory tests than they had on other nights without the pink noise.
Certainly work checking this out.