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Music improves our lives

Written by on January 6, 2020

How does music improve our lives?

Let us count the ways.


1) Music Helps You Relax

Yes ,research proves music can be good for relaxation but what music should you listen to ?

Music Can Reduce Blood Pressure, Depending on the Tempo. A new study reported in Heart, a British Medical Journal publication, has shown that listening to fast music increases blood pressure, whereas listening to slower music has the opposite effect.

We would say for a calming effect to listen to Classical, soft indie rock, and even smooth jazz.

2) Improving performance with aggressive music

When test subjects listened to angry music while playing video games, they got higher scores. How music affects your productivity depends on the nature of the task and the demands of your work. When experiencing anger, extreme-music fans liked to listen to music that could match their anger.” “The music helped them explore the full gamut of emotion they felt, but also left them feeling more active and inspired,” reads the study. Anger focuses attention on rewards, increases persistence, makes us feel in control and more optimistic about achieving our goals. Improving our over all performance .

3) Pain Reduction

A growing body of research supports the claim that music can alleviate physical pain. Studies have shown music to be an effective pain reliever, both on its own and as an adjuvant in connection with other types of therapy.A lot of music therapy research uses classical music, but that’s partly because of the way the research is designed. Nolans says that you’ll experience a longer period of pain relief when you’re listening to the style of music.Since emotion and pain are strongly linked, music that resonates with positive emotions triggers positive memories can also affect mood and the ability to handle pain. Listening to pleasant music can also influence how we perceive the passing of time. Making music have positive effects on alleviating and soothing pain.

4) Get a better workout listening to music

Music can not only improve your overall health, it can also help you lose weight! Eating dinner while listening to Mozart helps to improve your metabolism and food digestion and exercising while listening to Preferred Music during continuous cycling exercise at high intensity can increase the exercise distance, while individuals listening to Nonpreferred Music can perceive more discomfort caused by the exercise.

5) Music Can Help You Find Love

The intuitive link between our feelings and movements is so strong that even the word “emotion” includes the word “motion.” And across cultures, the three-way connection between music, motion and feelings is maintained, such that being “moved” by either feelings or music. listening to romantic music or your favorite music with someone you like could stir up that special spark that could lead to relationships.

6) Music Can Save lives

Ten doctors and five medical students participated in a pilot experiment that applied the Beats per minute of the song “Stayin’ Alive” by the Beegees and used it as a metronome to apply cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). That proved to be the perfect rhythm to help jump-start a stopped heart at At 103 beats per minute.


7) Music can increase I Q

Musical training has shown to lead to improvements in a wide variety of different skills, including memory and spatial learning for example. In addition, language skills such as verbal memory, literacy and verbal intelligence have been shown to strongly benefit from musical training. New research suggests that regularly playing an instrument changes the shape and power of the brain and may be used in therapy to improve cognitive skills

I’m sure there are many more ways music can benefit our lives but instead of holding you captive reading our blog we’d rather have you check out more from Renagaderadio.com! You can even send us your favorite tunes to jam to and we will play it.

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