We hear noise better at night

The polarity of sound: for good or bad.

Musicians often describe the experience of sound, the ecstatic quality or the romance of it, where as those who are scientifically minded take a more objective view. Music therapy aims to heal somatic conditions by the use of resonance frequency. Australian Aboriginals used the didgeridoo as a cultural healing tool – the resonance if its sound is felt and well as heard.

When babies are in pain and cry at a frequency of > 3,500 Hz. If the polarity of the experience of sound exists, and parents attest to the fact that it does; ‘the continuous crying made me very stressed’, then perhaps we should be using vibration therapy to reduce infant stress.

Mothers /carers often hum, or use ‘drone like’ sounds to try and settle infants. The sound is produced by a two stage process: sound generation and sound resonation. It is possible to tune a musical instrument when it is out of tune, but not so with a baby who is out of sorts. Being in tune, conserves energy (positive), being out of tune uses energy (negative).

When we hear a sound, any sound, it is because of the vibrations (energy) which travel through the atmosphere and is transmitted by the auditory nerve to the brain. Vibration is detected by other sensory nerves in the body and transmitted to the brain by pressure neurons.

The vibrations from the sun interfere with sound, so we hear more clearly at night, radio works better at night.

During the total eclipse of the Sun that took place September 10, 1923, the efficiency of the radio increased more than fifteen times while the eclipse was taking place. To be exact, the audibility of the radio at nine o’clock in the morning of the day of the eclipse was 32, while at the maximum or totality it was 490.

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The vibrations or wave forms of sounds can arouse many emotions e.g light heartedness, sadness, anger, fear, as the sympathetic nervous system becomes involved in the whole body response. Scientific endeavour is a structured process by which we hope to understand that which was at first ‘not known’. Parenting is like this; when we advise parents to ‘get to know their baby and to understand them’. A baby is like a musical instrument which can produce beautiful sound or cantankerous sounds – (from the old English word- contecktour – a troublemaker).