"A great record made by sound of effervescent tablets that dissolve in water – the artist Alexander Höglund has drawn ljudtrenden to its tip."
"at the same time, hanging many on the net to enjoy it slafsiga the sound of slajm and crispy cookies that are crushed."
"– For me there is something soothing and fine in this sound – and nostalgic, " says Malmökonstnären Alexander Höglund if it is brittle, a little sizzling sound of an effervescent tablet that is placed in a glass of water."
"Perhaps because of his fascination on to his grandmother, who stood him close while growing up, used very effervescent tablets. But for others, the sound associated with the seriousness or pain."
"– For example, if you suffer from chronic pain, then it has a different meaning, " he says."
"He began to systematically buy up and listen to a large number of different kinds of effervescent tablets with a view to find the best sound. Aspirin with vitamin C is highlighted as the clear favorite."
"– The bubbling and dissolved slowly and have a more enjoyable and fuller sound. But they are all lovely."
"Alexander Höglund is not alone in its ljudintresse. Via the internet the interested in pick and choose between different experiences – "
"I think there is a kind of relaxation for body and soul, it is something that is deeply human," says Alexander Höglund."
"Traditionally, ljudforskningen been focused on the harmful noise pollution, which can pose a threat to human health. However, in recent years, researchers have also begun to focus on the positive effects of sound."
"– What we do know is that the sounds of nature and nature experiences have positive effects, " says Östen Axelsson, a researcher in psychology at Stockholm university."
"the amount of Information available determines"
"It is not clear why this is so, but it may have to do with the amount of information available, he believes. If a sound has for the small amount of information, it becomes monotonous and boring to listen to, and is the quantity of data too large so it will be tough to process, it will be chaotic and stressful."
" of Nature seems to lie somewhere in between, just at the level that is just right. You can find something to be fascinated by and choose to focus on it if you want, but you can also let become. There is nothing that requires your attention so that you will be bothered by it, " says Östen Axelsson."
"He has more difficult to assess ljudtrenden on the internet. For example, why slajmljud would be extra lovely to gotta to can't explain the basis of today's research."
"– It does not surprise me that it exists, but it is certainly very individual what people like."
"So it is generally with most things, he notes: What we like individually. However, we are more in agreement on what we don't like, for example, that which is scary or disgusting."
"Naturljudens positive effects of composer and sound artist Stefan Klaverdal has taken on when he has had assignments as sjukhuskompositör."
"the Visitors at a health center in Ängelholm, sweden may, for example, go through a ljudsluss with recorded bird calls from Ängelholm surroundings."
"– It changes people's feeling when they come in. Instead of being greeted by a lot of information so you will be met by quiet."
"He has also done sound installations with the sounds of nature in the stairwell on the barnklinikerna in Lund and Malmö."
"– It sits so deep in us, we have always lived in nature. Somewhere, perhaps, we remember in our subconscious mind that we lived in the woods or by the sea, " says Stefan Klaverdal."
"People's fascination with different kinds of sound has led to a whole flood of videos on the internet where, for example, slafsas with slajm, the cakes are crushed and the soap cut up with a knife."
"Sometimes referred to as the phenomenon"
"That these sounds would have to have special health effects is not scientifically proven."