Did you know that the sound of the sea is therapeutic? William Dorfman, a psychology professor at Nova Southeastern University, found that the white noise of waves breaking on the rocks relaxes our brains and stimulates the production of serotonin and dopamine – our very own self-made feel-good chemicals.
In short – the sound of the sea is like a drug for us – the good kind. It doesn’t run out, there are no side effects, it’s free and it’s proven. Does any other drug tick those boxes???
Someone sent us this and we just LOVE IT and we think you will too. It’s also a lot of fun and appeals to the psychologist in Sally and the music technician in Tomás!