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Space, technology and people as sensory overload

In The Globe and Mail article ” Why is walking in the woods so good for you?”, Alex Hutchinson explores the results from a study, which will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Affective Disorders, that found that volunteers suffering from depression who took a 50-minute walk in a woodland park improved … Continue reading



Harmonic Interference Theory represents a major breakthrough in our understanding of music and perception. Developed from a moment of insight thirty years earlier, this theory explains how harmonics combine to form the same geometrical patterns in both sound and the human anatomy, triggering emotions according to phase alignment.Based on this theory, the historical record suggests … Continue reading

Noise and health Journal

This journal publishes articles on noise and health, many articles deal with sensitivities.

Julian Treasure: Shh! Sound health in 8 steps

ADHD and mediation

From: White noise may be as effective as drugs for ADHD . Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, are often prescribed powerful medications to help them stay focused in school. But adding white noise to a classroom may be just as effective as drugs at aiding learning among these pupils, suggest the surprising … Continue reading