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Saturday, November 08, 2014

Benefits Of Listening To Music

"Music is one of those activities that engage the whole brain. It is intrinsic in nature. It is familiar to and belongs to all cultures." according to Doctor Tipster.


It is not only used for learning languages and improving memory but also for focusing attention and improving physical coordination and development. This goes without saying that music can be distracting if it’s too loud or too jarring, but for the most part, listening to various kinds of music can have a long lasting, soothing and relaxing effect on the brain.

Mind Your Therapy
Music is the best pain manager and it has positive effects when trying to relieve someone of severe pain. Any relaxing musical piece can reduce the sensation and distress of even the most serious chronic pain or postoperative pain.

Some experts have coined the term ASMR. It stands for Autonomous Sensory Mental Response, which is triggered in the brain by certain types of audios and music and the waves and vibrations created by them.

It stimulates and tingles the brain into relaxation mode for proper healing. The human brain, however, reacts to this music in different ways and it is considered as one of the best therapies of modern times.

It is considered a very unique and effective method to reduce chronic pain and the need for strong medications. Music also cures depression. Music can serve as a heart regulator by relaxing our breathing, calming our inner turmoil, counteracting our pain by releasing endorphins and giving us a sense of control.

Blood Is Thicker…
Reducing blood pressure is another benefit that can be obtained from listening to music you like. Some people are in the habit of playing recordings of relaxing music every morning and evening. Patients with high blood pressure can easily lower their blood pressure and keep it low with some practical techniques. According to many researches, hypertension and wild fluctuations in blood pressure can be overcome by listening to just 30 minutes of classical, melodious or raga music every day.
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Source: Doctor Tipster

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