Many people because of busy schedules, lack of access to nature, or stressful life events, simply don't have the ability to experience and benefit from the positive and healing powers of nature. I am on a mission to change this and help as many people as I can.
I have created a completely Free Library of therapeutic nature and wildlife videos on YouTube, so you can deeply relax, get better sleep, and even meditate in peace.
My hope is that you feel more relaxed, sleep better, and have a joyful day no matter how difficult your life or surroundings may be at this time.
NatureArtRx Films is dedicated to the loving memory of my daughter Abby that was tragically killed in a car accident. I needed an outlet for my pain, suffering, stress, and anxiety, so I created all of this to help myself cope and find peace. I didn't want to stop by just helping myself, so I made all of this available for free to anyone that wants and needs it.
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NatureArtRx Films is dedicated to bringing you calming and relaxing music and nature sounds in combination with stunning 4K video for a totally immersive experience that is designed to help you deeply relax, fall asleep fast, and meditate in peace.
My music and nature sounds are specially designed to help you relax and the accompanying 4K videos are carefully created and produced to provide a calming and relaxing experience at any time during the day or night.
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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.