According to Scientists, This is The Most Relaxing Tune Ever Recorded

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

The song, weightless is ideal for unwinding and putting an end to a stressful day.


According to Dr David Lewis-Hodgson, from Mindlab International, which conducted the research, this song induced the greatest relaxation, higher than any other music tested till date.

In accordance to the Brain imaging studies, music works at a very deep level within the brain, stimulating not only those regions responsible for processing sound but also ones associated with emotions.


The song Weightless can make one drowsy and hence should not be heard while driving.

Richard Talbot, from Marconi Union, was fascinated to work with a therapist to learn how and why certain sounds affect people’s mood. Though he always knew the power of music, they had previously written songs using only their gut feeling.

Weightless, the most relaxing track in the world

The Top 10 Most Relaxing Songs:

1. Marconi Union – Weightless 

2. Airstream – Electra 

3. DJ Shah – Mellomaniac (Chill Out Mix) 


4. Enya – Watermark 

5. Coldplay – Strawberry Swing 

6. Barcelona – Please Don’t Go


7. All Saints – Pure Shores 

8. Adele – Someone Like You 

9. Mozart – Canzonetta Sull’aria 


10. Cafe Del Mar – We Can Fly

According to Lyz Cooper, founder of the British Academy of Sound Therapy, the song has been created using various scientific theories and make use of musical principles that are known to have individually calming effects.

Hence these elements have been combined together by Marconi Union to make the perfect relaxing song ever.


The song comprises of a sustaining rhythm that starts at 60 beats per minute and gradually slows to around 50. Thus, while listening to the song, your heartbeat automatically comes to match that beat.

She even adds that it is necessary for the song to be eight minutes long because it takes about five minutes for entertainment to occur. The gaps between the notes have been chosen to create a feeling of euphoria and comfort.

In addition, there are no repetitive melodies in the song which allows one’s brain to completely switch off since one is no longer trying to predict what is next.


The random chimes in the song help induce a deeper sense of relaxation and the final element in the song is the low, whooshing sounds and hums, those like the Buddhist chants.