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  1. It depends on our ancient ancestors, on our instincts. These sounds are subconsciously associated with nature. For example, in ancient times, the roar of a beast warned of danger, the rustle of leaves and the murmur of a stream always kept a person calm. The horn, trumpet, and drum served as a means of communication and art, and the sound of wheels on cobblestones caused many insomnia. That is why the road in front of the house was covered with sand or straw.

  2. Most likely, this depends on the individual characteristics of hearing, the sensitivity of the perceived noise, and the individual's personal psycho-physiological characteristics.

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