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The World of Music 🎶

Smiling actually does make you feel happy. Nothing is more annoying than the stranger that tells you to “smile.”

A 2007 study found that listening to music triggers the human brain’s ability to recall data.

People who listen to more than one genre of music tend to be more open minded, accepting, and intelligent.

We humans are subconsciously more attracted to people who have the same music taste as we do.

Music with a strong beat can stimulate brain waves which improve concentration, even after you’ve stopped listening.

Listening to 5 to 10 songs a day can improve memory, strengthen immune system and reduce depression risk by 80%.

The type of music you listen to affects the way you perceive the world.

Country music lovers are usually hardworking, conventional and outgoing.

Everyone has a song in their playlist which they always skip, but never delete.

Music helps kids remember basic facts such as the order of letter in the alphabet, partly because songs tap into fundamental systems in our brains that are sensitive to melody and beat.

It’s not the song that makes you emotional, it’s the people and things that come to your mind when you hear it.

“Eargasm” is the term used to describe the chill you feel down your spine when listening to beautiful music.

People who listen to more music tend to be more creative, smarter, open minded, honest.. When writing, studying, or reading, listen to music with no vocals.

It will allow you to concentrate better.

Your brain releases dopamine when you discover a new favorite song.

Memories triggered by music cause some of the strongest emotional response and can be very intense.

The ‘chills’ you get from listening to your favorite band or piece of music is called musical frisson.

Listening to sad songs actually creates positive emotions.

People tend to develop an emotional bond with music because when people walk away, music is all that is left.

Music helps reduce anxiety and also helps the human mind and body get through stressful times.

Men and women who listen to similar music tend to be better communicators and have longer lasting relationships.

Music helps people stimulate their brains and helps become stronger and more focused.

The right ear is better at hearing speech and the left ear is better at hearing music.

You can learn a lot about somebody by listening to a song that means a lot to them.

Psychology shows that music increases your brain’s organization.

We like to listen to music that matches our emotional states, because of the emotional validations that the music provides us.

Musical training helps the brain to create new connections. Listening to music at high volumes can make a person calmer, happier and more relaxed.

Music can repair brain damage and returns lost memories.

The lyrics in your favorite song express everything that you struggle to say or express to others.

If you listen to music frequently it will reduce the risk of a brain tumor over the course of your life.

81% of people use music as an escape from all the negative things in their life.

Your heartbeat pattern changes and mimics the music you listen to.

Teenagers who spend much of their time listening to music are 8.3 times more likely to become depressed.

When listening to music is a rare condition that’s the result of a different brain structure.

People who get goosebumps from music have more fibers connecting their auditory cortex to the areas responsible for emotional processing.

One of the only activities that activates, stimulates, and uses the entire brain, is Music.

By ace101

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2 replies on “The World of Music 🎶”

Many years ago in part of my life myself and three other people tried to help a young boy called Adam ….he had cerebral palsy and the parents were with a man who researched patterning the brain …using music …..loud raucous made him restless and softer made him calmer @AceHealthNews report

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