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5 Truths About Music That Might Slowly Kill You

13 Desember 2016   09:53 Diperbarui: 14 Desember 2016   04:07 35 0 0 Mohon Tunggu...
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5 Truths About Music That Might Slowly Kill You
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Do you believe in the power of music? If you’re like most of the kids these days, then you probably have an electronic device loaded with hundreds or even thousands of your favorite songs. But when you listen to music, does it actually kill you?

You will be glad to know that you can chase all the blues away just by listening to your favorite music. Music can give you the euphoric high that natural medications can bring. Based on the type of music that you listen to, it can kill your mood. So if you are looking for a great way to end your crappy day as well as to kill your bad mood, read on to learn more about how music can uplift your mood almost instantly.

Is there any scientific evidence of these effects that music seems to have? You bet there is! Scientists have long recognized the power of music. Over the years, many studies have been conducted to examine in greater depth the nature and extent of the effects music has on people.

What Can Music Do to Our Mood?

Music can kill your bad mood
Music can make you happy. A lot of people turn to upbeat music whenever they feel sad or depressed, and it comes as no surprise to why it is a viable solution for people who are feeling blue. For several years, music has made a lot of individuals happy. That’s because soothing tunes foster the release of serotonin, a hormone that fosters happiness and a general sense of well-being.

Music can kill your fear
Music can motivate you. Songs with positive messages, such as “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor and “Stronger” by Kelly Clarkson are filled with inspirational messages that can truly uplift your mood and encourage you. The messages that are embedded in such songs – plus the euphoria that comes with singing these tunes – can motivate you to brush yourself up and try again.

Whenever you are feeling down in the dumps, listening (even singing) to “I Will Survive” at the top of your lungs can give you the strength and motivation to pick yourself up.

Music can kill stress
Music can reduce your stresses. Do work-related stresses make you feel sad and anxious? A great way to relieve the tensions that bring you down is to listen to music. Soothing tunes can help you to relax your tensed muscles, as well as pace down your breathing rate. With these physiologic changes, you can eliminate the stresses that can make you cranky and moody.

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