We are so used to constant noise that we’ve stopped hearing quieter sounds: whispers, hums and creaks. It’s time to open up to the world again. Let’s start our soundwalk! It’s best to keep both eyes and ears wide open. Taking walks for pleasure and good health is all about noticing the soundscapes around us – seemingly trivial, inconspicuously relevant, inaudible and deafening, too. Of all the human senses, sight is considered the most trustworthy. However, those two funnily protruding body parts attached to our heads deserve appreciation as well. They are worth being taken care of, not only during our morning routines.
An auditory workout can be completed anytime, anywhere and with anyone who cares enough to keep you company throughout. Even though it may sound about as exhausting as laying on the couch, it can be a bone-shaking experience. Especially when it comes to the smallest bones, which are located in the middle ear and bear such quaint names as hammer, anvil and stirrup (they are responsible for our hearing). So, time for a walk!
Start walking. If you are used to listening to