Saturday, 14 April 2018

Here's what Music does to your body

Listening to music is very helpful for all of us. Music activates certain regions of your brain which are involved in planning, attention, learning and memory.



It also releases a chemical in your brain called dopamine, which improves your mood and release tension and stress.

Dopamine also induces pleasure, joy and motivation which is good for your body.
 It's been also proved that listening to music can bring back the lost memory to the injured brain.

It allows severely injured brain patients to recall personal memories

Music is thought to have positive medicinal effects:
Music has been used for centuries in healing rituals all around the world, and science suggests there's a good reason that's been the case.It's been also proved that listening to music can bring back the lost memory to the injured brain.


Surgery patients who listen to music before, during and after their procedures show reduced pain scores, anxiety and need for the pain reliever and it is also said that when surgeons listen to music, their surgical technique and efficiency gets better. It allows severely injured brain patients to recall personal memories.



Mood music is a thing:
Chill-inducing music also enhances altruism in humans. The music that you love listening to also makes you a better person in front of others as your mood will be lighter and you will be known as a happy-go-lucky person.



And if you are a musician and your life depends all upon music then your brain will fire symmetrically when you listen to it.

Music affects your brain:
The Corpus Callosum area of your brain will also increase in size as music has a very positive impact on your brain which is the area that connects the left and right hemisphere of your brain.

Music can help you go the distance:


It's been said that when you exercise while listening to music, then your body efficiency gradually increases and the oxygen taking capacity of the body also increases by which you can exercise a lot better and longer.

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