The InformInspire Radio Network: Focusing on Holistic Health

Welcome to the InformInspire Radio Network. The network consists of two stations:

  1. InformInspire Internet Radio: Holistic Health Radio for a World Population
  2. The Soothing and Sleeping Sounds Station 

InformInspire Internet Radio: Holistic Health Radio for a World Population                                    Welcome to InformInspire Internet Radio: Holistic Health Radio for a World Population, a radio station focusing on broadcasting archived programming, directly and indirectly, related to Holistic Health and Wellness; aiming at improving the overall quality of life. Blind and sight-impaired individuals are certainly encouraged to access the station. Dramatized Bible readings and stories for children and youth are included. It can be a helpful media source for truck drivers and other transportation personnel, third shift, graveyard shift, swing shift, and other nontraditional shift workers.

The Soothing and Sleeping Sound Station                                                                                                                    You are a WOW worker (Worn Out Worker)? You just can’t get the baby to go to sleep? Perhaps one has special needs children and other students in school or in psychiatric centers that could listen to some soothing and relaxing sounds. First Responders, Managers, CEOs, Accountants, Treasurers, Teachers, Healthcare workers, Principals, Presidents, Pastors, Chaplains, could use relaxation, right?. These and more situations and populations are who and what The Soothing and Sleeping Sounds Station seeks to address. It is a 24/7 station that broadcasts nature and soothing sounds for rest, relaxation, easy listening, unwinding, and just simple chill time. Thanks for listening and just chill out.

DISCLAIMER (The Soothing and Sleeping Sounds Station)

Due to the relaxing nature of the sounds on this station, we strongly and emphatically discourage listening to the station while engaging in activities and/or dangerous occupations that demand one’s full attention and not be distracted, such as driving, operating machinery, etc. Doing so despite this disclaimer is done at the listener’s or listeners’ own risk.

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