Ocean Waves Nature Sounds & 4K Video For Better Sleeping, Relaxing, & Meditation

April 04, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Calming Ocean Waves | Fall Asleep Fast, Relax, Meditate | NatureArtRx FilmsCalming Ocean Waves | Fall Asleep Fast, Relax, Meditate | NatureArtRx Films Calming Ocean Waves is a 4K UHD movie of ocean waves gently lapping up on the shore creating a rhythmic and relaxing random pattern that only nature can provide. 

I have 10 minute,  30 minute and 60 minute versions so you can relax to the soothing and calming sounds that releases the stress from you body and calms your mind. 

The rhythmic sounds of the water sends queues to your mind to relax and be peaceful.  

The sounds of the waves coming in and then retreating back to the ocean create a peaceful break that you can take at any time of the day or night. 

This 10 minute version of Ocean Waves is a great opportunity to take a quick break during day or during lunch or you can even start your day to clear your mind.

For getting to sleep or for meditation, try the longer 30 minute or 60 minute versions. 

Science has confirmed in many credible studies that listening to nature helps us sleep better. We already know the soothing power of nature’s sounds calms our minds and slows our hearts down.

Researchers have discovered that nature sounds change the connections in our brains, taking down the body’s fight-or-flight response. The nervous system prepares to fight or flee a threatening situation by releasing the hormones cortisol, adrenaline, and noradrenaline. These stress hormones make it impossible to get a good night’s sleep.

Researchers at Brighton and Sussex Medical School in England have determined that nature’s sounds, in contrast to artificial noise, build up the “rest-digest” response instead.  This opposite response to “fight-or-flight” helps the body relax and fall to sleep. 

This research study, published in Scientific Reports, is noteworthy for the use of heart-rate monitors, functional magnetic resonance imaging scans (fMRI) and social experiments to determine why the body reacts so positively to natural environments.

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10 Minute Version30 Minute Version | 60 Minute Version

I suggest practicing slow and deep breathing to help relieve stress and emotional anxiety. Deep breathing is also known to relieve pain, improve your mood, improve focus, increase energy, and even improve your heart function.

See if you can synchronize your deep breathing with the flow of the ocean waves. 

You can cast the video to your television in full 4K or watch on your larger desktop computer screen to get a deeper and more immersive experience connecting sight and sound together. 

By combining the therapeutic sounds of the ocean waves with the ultra high definition video of the ocean, we are sending audio and visual queues to your mind and body to help you relax.


Did you know that deep breathing offers numerous health benefits, from stress reduction to a slower heartbeat and reduced blood pressure.  Additionally, deep breathing is particularly helpful for managing stress. Stressful thoughts may cause the "fight or flight" response, also known as the stress response, as a reaction to a perceived danger. With the stress response, the body's sympathetic nervous system alerts nerve pathways to trigger the adrenal glands, which then release adrenaline into the bloodstream. This adrenaline burst increases your blood pressure and pulse rate and may cause you to breathe short, shallow breaths from your chest.  

By breathing deeply from your diaphragm, you ignite the body's parasympathetic nervous system. This system reverses the stress response by slowing the heart rate, lowering blood pressure and calming the mind. With deep breaths, you can activate the body's relaxation response, a state of profound calm.

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Many people because of busy schedules or lack of access to nature simply don't have the ability to experience and benefit from the positive and healing powers of nature. 

I have created a completely free library of therapeutic nature and wildlife videos on YouTube, so you can get your daily dose of nature and feed your mind and body with goodness.  My hope is that you will sleep better, feel more relaxed, and have a joyful day. 

Use the videos and sounds to help you fall asleep fast, relax at any time during the day or night, and use for meditation or while you are exercising too.

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NatureArtRx Films is dedicated to bringing you calming and relaxing music, nature sounds, and stunning 4K video for better sleep, relaxation, and meditation.

Join us daily and start sleeping better and feeling more relaxed.


Scientists and medical researchers have confirmed the healing power of nature in over fifty years of clinical and medical-based research.  We don't need doctors and researchers to tell us what we already know.  Nature has an amazing positive range of impacts on our mind and bodies and it is smart to connect with nature in any way that you can every day. 

Connecting with and being in nature has been proven to be beneficial for both human cognitive functioning and emotional wellbeing at all stages of life (Zaradic & Pergams, 2007) and we know that exposure to nature in any form increases intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual and physical development. (Kellert, 2005).



Supports creativity and problem solving (Kellert, 2005) Enhances cognitive skills (Wells, 2000)

Reduces symptoms of the Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) (Kuo & Taylor, 2004)

Improves academic performance (Cooper, 2015)


Improves social relations (Burdette & Whitaker, 2005)

Improves self-discipline, Peace, self-control (Taylor, Kuo, & Sullivan, 2001)


Increases physical activity (Bell & Dyment, 2008)

Improves awareness and caution about nutrition (Koch, Waliczek, & Zajicek, 2006)

Encourage healthy behavior (Bell & Dyment, 2008)

Improves eyesight (less myopia, nearsightedness) (Rose, et al., 2008)

Reduces stress (Wells & Evans, 2003)


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