Who doesnt love music especially when it comes to your favourite number?
Music has become an integral part of our lives. Whether it’s the music that we listen to on the way to work, while we workout, or the music we hear in a symphony or film, it can bring up our moods, tell us a story or even bring us down. Music has touched cultures all over the world since very early times in human history. Have you ever wondered how music might affect our health?
Studies show that music can actually have a great impact on your health, mind and body. It is capable of a number of health benefits including lowering stress levels, raising states of consciousness, changing moods, accessing different states of mind, developing the brain and is useful in meditation.
Music has also been proved to improve visual & verbal skills, keep an aging brain healthy, improves sleep quality, boosts the immune system and reduces depression and anxiety. Studies found that hearing to a favourite piece can strengthen the heart and improves the recovery time of patients who were suffering from heart disease. Music is also found to affect your emotions which is the reason why after hearing a musical piece you feel happy or sad even revealing it in your facial expression or find yourself enjoying even if it is of sad tone.