Just sounds like bs to me.
@GunSupporter, it's legit
@cdigitydoge, there was this mp3 going around at one point in time that could supposedly make you high. And let's not forget the brown noise.
@GunSupporter, this looks like a job for the mythbusters. Oh wait. Well this looks like a job for me!
, it's mellowing for sure. But I don't know what scientific effects it has when I listen to it. It's on Google play music if you want to give it a listen.
@GunSupporter, how dare you question the Internet. The internet doesn't lie
@GunSupporter, I actually skimmed over the study when I first heard about this; the post is more or less accurate
@cdigitydoge, I can't find the base study where all these 'articles' are receiving their information from. Just a whole bunch of "Neuroscientists say..." or "Researchers have found..." but no source of info and the ones that do, just cite other articles in a stupid loop where there's no actual credible source. There's one done by a market research team that tested 15 songs and found this to be the most relaxing but that's it.
@GunSupporter, brown note*
My anxiety is at at 166% soooo
@Elusive Canadian, my anxiety level is over 9000!!!!
@Elusive Canadian, it'll take you down to 107% then.
@Warm Buttery Toast, 65% of 166 is 107
@iOS10, it would reduce it by 107. Which would leave it at 59%
@Brickleberry, doh!! "Down by" not "down to" my bad! 59% it is!
@Elusive Canadian, you could've gone up to a nice number like 169% hehe
@Elusive Canadian, so you are not real?
@Brickleberry, bring back the show!!!
@orion55, over 9000 that's it mine is over 1 million
@camboss01, *intensity exploding* HUHHHHHHHHH?!?!?
Reporting back - Very calming. Sounds like Pause music for an exploratory indie game. Link below:
@Pokedex, not like we can copy it but thanks for all your hard work admiral Pokedex!
@Prince super Vegeta , open his profile in whatever browser you have on your phone, click on a recent comment in the activity, and copy the link.
@Pokedex, also worth checking out airstream electra
Can confirm, used this song for 2 years now as a sleep aid (terrible insomniac)
@Talkative Mime, i love this type of music, so relaxing. If you haven't yet, look into Steve roach... his music is very similar and just as calming
I feel this is a lie...
And it isn't! Not sure if it works, but it isn't Death Metal! It's soft pleasant music
Checked it out. Made me even more stressed. Its more like sound waves than music
There's a part of me that's surprised I've never fallen asleep behind the wheel as it is.
I have trouble sleeping.
It is very relaxing, I'll give it that
Can anyone concur? Making sure before trying to when I'm driving or diving or just doing anything dangerous
(Saves for later... - insomniac)
BS I downloaded it and drove while listening to it and it just creeped me out
I tried it.... it works. Took a couple minutes but I have horrible anxiety and it actually helped
Ive listened to this for 40 min and nothing it hadn't made sleepy or something but still its a nice song to listen to while doing things
Marconi plays the mamba.
Its on spotify. Seems legit.
Ive actually been listening to this frequently for months and never knew the name of it. Thanks funny pics
I'm an incredibly anxious person, and just listening to this song once actually calmed me quite a bit. Likely temporary, but hey, it works pretty well and that's pretty good.
Well I listened to the whole 8 minutes and 8 seconds of it aaannndd still nothin
I'm super uptight so I tried it cause why tf not and believe it or not it works
This app keeps on supprising me I love it 😆
I'm totally gonna blast this song in my car at full volume. We'll see who's drowsy then.
The reason behind it is that your heart will slow down some to match the base rhythm and that part of the music slowly decreases thus reducing your heart rate some which allows some people to lower their anxiety level.
Marconi Union is fantastic. This song is actually six parts.
Nice song. I feel like I'm in a shop that sells healing crystals lol. Or in a forest
Just listened to it. Not sure it's music really mainly a kinda humming noise with a changing pitch about a minute in you hear a piano? Somewhere in the distance it's calming but in no way interesting
I suppose this could work as long as you are playing it on speakers that don't suck. Sound quality is very important.
I don't know about lowering anxiety, but when I tried this a few years ago it made me feel like my body was really heavy, I didn't like it.
Gonna go play this song to see what it's like