What comes to mind when we think of the sounds of nature are things like crickets, birds, thunderstorms, and wind, among other things – but have you ever pondered what nature thinks of human sounds? Humans generate a great deal of noise. Consider the sounds produced by our aircraft, our roads, our machines, and even the sounds produced by our own voices.
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Some human noise, fortunately, encourages rodents and large mammals to flee, so safeguarding them even as we damage their ecosystems by encroaching on their territory. Not all of the noise produced by humans is desired. Much of it is irritating to wildlife, such as the ultrasonic produced by wind turbine blades and the rumble of trains on the ground, as well as road and airport noise. While we have learned to love the sounds of nature, we have not made it a point to make our own noise as pleasant as possible for the other people who share our space. A notable example is the impact of ship and sonar noise on huge marine creatures such as whales.
Moreover, our noise pollution annoys us humans – and it has been linked to “hearing impairment, high blood pressure, ischemic heart disease, annoyance, and sleep disturbance,” to mention a few of the health consequences cited on WikiPedia. This suggests that the same types of concerns are causing stress and health problems in the local fauna and birds with whom we share space and territory. Many species sleep during the day and take over a large portion of our territory at night because they are nocturnal and share the space. If we disturb their sleep throughout the day, it has the potential to induce unhealthiness across the food supply chain.
When it comes to keeping animals away from humans, noise is commonly used as a deterrent; gopher ground thumpers, deer whistles for autos, and short blasting sounds to keep birds away from crops are all examples. Listening to pure nature sounds can be done at any time of day and in any environment that is most convenient for the individual. Eat your breakfast while listening to the sound of water cascading over rocks, surf the internet while listening to the calls of tropical birds, clean the house while a storm rages or while listening to the wind in the desert, and relax in a bath at the end of the day while listening to the sound of waves lapping against a sand shore. Use when meditating or as a sleep aid to promote undisturbed sleep; you may either share it with someone else or keep it to yourself.
Pure nature sounds will provide a quick escape from the stresses of everyday life, whether on the bus, at the office, or in the solitude of your own home. They will also act as a stress buster whenever you need one. There are many pure nature sound recordings to pick from, but the finest are those that are simply pure sound, without music or chanting, and last at least an hour. These recordings will add authenticity to your listening experience and allow you to fully immerse yourself in their content. The world is a remarkable globe, so why not invite the sounds of nature into your life today? It’s possible that animals who live in cities and rural areas perceive our television sets, music, and conversations as normal and tranquil. Some believe that the soundscapes provide them with a sense of security and contentment, that everything is normal and as a result, they are less nervous and have less fear.
Could it be that they miss those sounds when the power goes off and there is greater silence? Perhaps some animals find this distressing and, as a result, raise their alert levels, altering their sleeping, eating, and mating patterns for a brief period of time? It is undeniable that humans have evolved in tandem with nature, and that nature has been present throughout the entire process, evolving alongside us. It follows that everything has an effect on everything else, and that our noise has a greater impact on their well-being than we realize, both on the bad and positive sides of the equation. Please take all of this into consideration and reflect about it.