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There is no doubt that music has a profound impact on our lives.
From the moment we are born, we are drawn to music and rhythms. Our earliest memories can be triggered by songs from our past.
Many parents sing to their children before they can even speak. There is something special about music that touches us on a deep level.
But what exactly is it about music that makes it so powerful? And why is it good for us?
Recent scientific studies have shown that music has a positive effect on the brain.
So why is music so good for us?
It all has to do with how music affects the brain. When we listen to music, our brains release dopamine, a chemical that makes us feel happy and relaxed.
Music also activates the parts of the brain that are responsible for memory and learning.
And finally, music can help to reduce stress and anxiety by releasing endorphins, the body’s natural stress-relieving chemicals.
Here are the five main ways that a musical bio-hack can help you find your bliss.
Music can help reduce stress and anxiety.
Studies at the British Heart Foundation have shown that music can lower blood pressure and heart rate.
It can also help to release endorphins in the brain.
A prominent study entitled The Impact of Music on Memory found that listening to classical music improved memory recall in young adults.
The study found that music improved spatial-temporal reasoning, which is the ability to remember complex information.
I’ve personally found that since I started listening to new music every Friday after a 10-year hiatus I saw noticeable improvements in my memory.
Music can also help to boost mood and improve well-being, according to Healthline.
Studies have shown that music can increase serotonin levels in the brain.
This can lead to improved mood and increased feelings of happiness.
According to a 2007 study from the Stanford University School of Medicine, Music can help to increase focus and attention
One study found that listening to music increased task performance in a group of students.
The study found that music improved working memory and reaction time.
A controlled study has shown that music can help to improve overall sleep quality.
Additional research suggests that music can also help to reduce insomnia and improve sleep duration.
The study found that music helped to reduce stress and anxiety levels, which can lead to improved sleep quality.
The bottom line is that music is good for us. Full stop.
From reducing stress to increasing focus and attention, music can help improve our overall well-being. It’s a fact that music has a positive effect on the brain.
As well, music can boost our immune systems and help us get a better night’s sleep. Even cats love music!
So, next time you need a boost, put on your favorite tunes and let the music work its magic. Guaranteed.
*One day I’ll end up writing a novel about the power of music on the human brain and soul. For now, here’s a playlist that chills me right the fuck out!