Why is listening to music good for health?

Music is a powerful medicine. It will not only literally force us to jump to our feet and forget for a while about the stress and worries that have occupied our thoughts for most of the day.

But the different melodies, occupying our whole being, help us to overcome the countless challenges that every day pose a danger to our health.

Pleasant tunes help relieve pain

If you’re feeling tight, here’s proof that music can help relieve the discomfort.

A study conducted by the journal Frontiers in Psychology found that when patients suffering from fibromyalgia listened to music they liked for 10 minutes – a variety of styles from pop to folk to classical with a beat slower than 120 beats per minute, they felt much less pain characteristic of the disease compared to listening to pink noise.

Spontaneous increase in activity was observed in the participants when listening to the music.

Music will help you focus

The next time you’re preparing to present a work project or trying to absorb some information, listen to some Vivaldi or Bach.

A 2007 study by the Stanford University School of Medicine found that listening to music from the late Baroque period causes changes in the brain that favor attention retention and promote for the easier storage of events and facts in the memory.

Increases endurance during exercise

Just the thought of physical strain is unpleasant for most of us and it is by listening to music that we will divert our attention from the unpleasant sensations we experience during the performance of a given exercise.

And it has been scientifically proven that by listening to our favorite songs we subtly do more repetitions when performing an exercise than we would without musical accompaniment.

Music cheers up

During the cold and foggy days of November, most of us feel depressed and in a bad mood, and this is mainly due to the lack of sunlight.

But there is a way to change that and it requires no effort on our part. Fortunately, it has been proven that music can save our oppressed soul.

According to a 2011 study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, certain classical tunes induce chills in people.

And this, in turn, leads to the release of dopamine, which simultaneously acts as a neurotransmitter and hormone in the brain and provides a mood lift.

To feel much better right now, download the following songs: “Clair de Lune” by Claude Debussy, “First Breath After Coma” by Alexander Keats, “New World Symphony-Movement 4 by Antonin Dvorak .

They are all scientifically proven to keep you in a good mood.

It will certainly calm you down

Listening to pleasant music during stressful driving, especially in urban conditions when we have to wait for a long time in traffic jams, is a way to prevent possible nervousness and therefore aggression on the road and you’ll even be able to drive better.

This fact is actually proven by the results of a study published in the journal “Ergonomics” in 2013

Scientists have found that upbeat music makes people happier.

But, according to the researchers, immediately after we feel nervous about driving, we should play soothing tunes, which will improve our mood and we will be much more concentrated while driving.

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