Time tested background sound to calm the mind
Like many great products, the unique sound blend in Serene was discovered by accident. While doing research on anxiety and heart rate, it was discovered that a specific sound reduced heart rate by several beats per minute. This lower heart rate was clinically significant and resulted in reports of mental and physical relaxation. The research showed that even very brief exposure to the Serene harmonics resulted in reductions in heart rate of at least five percent. Clinical tests revealed that patients benefited substantially and immediately when they systematically listened to Serene on a daily basis. AND, no negative side effects!
Use to help with sleep
After a stressful day it’s sometimes hard to turn off the brain. Listen to Serene at bedtime to quiet the mind so you can fall off to sleep more rapidly.
Everyone knows that relaxation helps with everything. We feel better, our health is better, we are calmer, and we can be much more efficient in our work and study. Take a break with Serene; close your eyes and focus on the relaxing swooshing sounds.
Tired of the mind-deadening background music? Try playing Serene in your workplace and watch as people seem more pleasant and calm. David from Vancouver tried Serene in his office and was pleased to find that people seemed more cooperative while engaged in stressful work activity.
The harmonics in Serene have been researched extensively over the last decade. The effect of Serene on calming the nervous system has been found repeatedly. It has been tested by clinicians and found to help patients to relax.
Test it yourself! Take you heart rate just as you do when exercising. Play the Serene harmonic while you listen quietly with your eyes closed. Then take your heart rate once again and notice that it is slower by a few beats per minute.