Smith Men Brain Gut Connection

Smith Noise Pollution and Noise Assault

Learn how public and private noise and loud music slow our healing and critical thinking.

In this episode of 360MEN: 'Worth Thinking About' Daniel Comp shares some insights on noise pollution and assault. We meet Master Pipe Organ Builder Frans Bosman and visit his sound therapy studio in Mosier, Oregon to get a couple insights on possible causes of being slow to heal and hard of hearing.

Learn a few tips on how noise affects us, our thinking and mood in this video on Protecting our 'Southern Border' - that 'man-gut' as we often refer to it.

Learn about your braingut connection and noise assaultEveryday Smith Noise Issues

For as long as humans have walked most of the world was quite. That has changed dramatically in decades. Noise is everywhere. Transportation, entertainment, machinery, devices, they all have us in common, and they all make a lot of noise.

Sound can pass right through us. When it's loud enough you can not only feel it, it damages our biome. Blast shock waves can kill our brain neurons, and so too can loud common noises shut down our thinking and intuition.

Put Stuff That Rots in your Gut

By feeding your gut with food that will rot, rather than 'preserved' ingredients, the trillion cells in our gut can speak to our brain. Likewise, by safeguarding our microbiome from long periods of noise assault we can improve our lot in life, our disposition and wellness.

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