Music is a very powerful medium. Not only can get you relaxed and moving the body, but also can help you fight through a variety of health challenges. Here are five reasons why we should listen to music every day:
1. Reduce pain
A study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology found that when patients with fibromyalgia to listen to music they like during the 10-minute, they said their pain was reduced.
Conversely, when listening to the noise, the pain increased. The mobility of the patients also increased by listening to music.
2. Helps you stay focused
Tomorrow, if you need to prepare a presentation for college or work, done while listening to classical music.
A 2007 study by Stanford University School of Medicine found that the music from the time of the final Baroq can change certain parts of the brain, so that the listener can focus more on work.
3. Improve the performance of exercise
Listen to Beyoncé could be an obstacle when the time had to wait for the coach to come. But, did you know that music can also help you complete a strenuous workout session?
A study of 20 adults who actively exercise interval indicates that music makes workouts become more enjoyable and increase vitality. As a result, heavy exercise so it feels even lighter with their favorite music.
4. Improve mood
According to a 2011 study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, classical songs can encourage the release of dopamine, a chemical in the brain that makes people rejoice.
Try to listen to "Clair de Lune" by Claude Debussy, "New World Symphony-Movement 4" by Antonin Dvorak, and "First Breath After Coma" by Alexander Keats. Their music has been scientifically proven to make the listener rejoice.
5. Soothing liver
The streets were jammed certainly make anyone stressed and irritable. If you are stuck in traffic, listen to mellow music.
According to a study published by the journal Ergonomics in 2013, the music with the rhythm fast and can quickly make people happy, but the music with the rhythm of quiet and slow can make people calmer and improve driving skills, something which is indispensable when driving on a congested road and full of challenges.