These tunes in your head…

‘We listen to music with our muscles.’ Nietzsche

 

In times of trouble or of sunshine, running under the rain or laying down on golden sands in front of a deep blue sea, enjoying a sport group activity or a ballet class, music is what keeps you going when words fade away. While diverse types of music were not studied, it is significant one listens to music they enjoy as individual preference of music does have an effect on overall physical effects.

 

1.Music Makes You Happier
Music can make you feel happy, sad, excited or even pumped up. Listening to music can release dopamine, a feel good chemical. It gives the same burst of happiness that you would get from eating a piece of chocolate, intercourse or certain exciting pills.

 

Quick tempos would made people feel happy, while slow tempos would lead to feelings of sadness.

 

2.Positive Impact on Heartbeat, Pulse Rate and Blood Pressure
Studies have shown that music strengthens the heart and improves the recovery time of patients who were suffering from heart disease.

 

Regardless of the genre of music, listening to your favorite music releases endorphins in the brain that help to improve vascular health.

 

3.Improves Sleep Quality
Some of the most common things to interfere with sleep are stress and anxiety. Listening to music at several times helps better sleep patterns for people and even created more soothing sleeps. In some cases music might even be one of the best treatments for insomnia.

 

4.Boosts Your Immune System and Reduces Pain
Research has shown that music is capable of reducing levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which is responsible for weakening the immune system, increasing risk of heart disease, interfering with learning and memory, lowering bone density, blood pressure, etc.

 

5.Decreases Depression and Anxiety
Music can have constructive effects on the psyche, mood, pain and quality of life as well.

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