Meditation with sounds of rain for deep sleep by Dauchsy
Not being well-rested can have a detrimental effect on our health, productivity, and motivation.
If you have trouble getting a deep and restful sleep, you may want to try listening to rain sounds before bedtime.
Known as a type of pink noise, the sound of rain hitting a surface like a rooftop or ground serves as a biological signal in our brains that help us relax.
In a study performed in 2012, researchers found that listening to a steady source of pink noise reduces brain waves, which in turn, helps to increase stable sleep. Other studies have also noted a positive association between pink noise and deep sleep.
Below is a 3 hour, 15 minute meditation that you can try to help you improve your sleep quality and get a good night’s rest.
Article originally published: October 14, 2019 | Last updated: September 15, 2020
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