Noise Pollution

Many studies link noise pollution to:

  • High blood pressure
  • Sleep loss
  • Heart disease

Just as noise pollution is bad for you, silence can actually benefit your brain.

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New Brain Cells

Giving us another reason to meditate, a study proves that a silent environment helps create new brain cells.

Activation of Memory

Silence helps activate our brain to work better and jog its memory banks efficiently.

Self-Reflection

When there is no outside noise, simulation or distraction, the brain starts to go inwards, getting into the self-reflection mode.

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