Noise, like the saturation of 21st century urban life, can keep our bodies in a state of alarm, or can help our brains grow stronger, RNZ reveals. Scientist Nina Kraus has written a book explaining how we all hear things differently and how sound affects us in ways we probably don’t even realise.”Because the hearing brain is so connected to how we think and how we move and how we feel, the noise that is in our world is getting in the way of our ability to think, gets in the way of our ability to focus, gets in the way of our ability to be calm,” Kraus says.

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