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[KIT] Why should you listen to music?

Music is a big part of life. We listen to it every day, whether intentionally or unintentionally.

From bus rides to movie theaters, gas stations, and grocery stores – we hear the sound of
music everywhere we go.
Sometimes, even in the comfort of your solitude, a song may come to mind, and suddenly, you
find yourself singing along to it.
Music has substantial effects on the mind and body.
It can alter moods, trigger the release of hormones, stimulate the immune system, influence heart rate, and breathing, and strengthen the emotional and cognitive centers of the brain.
Music, they say, heals the mind, body, and soul.
It is highly therapeutic for emotional, mental, and physical health.

Relaxing music lulls the body to sleep by triggering some changes that are essential
for sleep to occur.
Listening to relaxing music fine-tunes your body to get ready for that resting state,
by slowing down your heart rate and breathing.
It reduces your blood pressure and triggers other physiological changes that ultimately
lead to the secretion of hormones necessary for sleep.
When you listen to music before bedtime, you’re ultimately putting your body in a physically
and psychologically relaxed state that will cause you to fall asleep more quickly.

Scientists have shown that listening to music improves concentration and productivity.
Music also adds spice to tedious tasks.
It helps you concentrate on the work you have at hand, and prevents you from losing focus.
The effect of music on productivity and focus, is, however, highly relative.
What works for one person, may not work for another.
A song that helps one person concentrate may be a distraction for someone else.


Also, music should not be too loud, and it should not be a song that will cause you to
leave your task and start singing along.
When trying to maintain focus, it’s best to listen to music without lyrics.

Enhances Mood. It’s a no-brainer that music can easily switch one’s mood from gloomy to bubbly.
Music is the perfect cure when you’re feeling blue.
Scientists have found that music performs this magic by stimulating the brain to release
dopamine, the same “feel good” neurotransmitter your brain releases that makes you feel good
when you get laid, or when you eat a creamy bar of chocolate.
At the same time, music suppresses the release of the stress hormone, cortisol.
It doesn’t seem to matter what kind of music you listen to.
Even if they’re not uplifting songs, the mere anticipation of the chorus or any part of
the song you really enjoy could cause a healthy surge of dopamine.

Relieves Pain, Music doesn’t just affect our emotions, it can also help relieve physical pain.
Basically, music affects the areas of your brain that process pain.
It disrupts your brain’s thought pattern and alters the way your body reacts to pain.
Listening to calm music will also relieve you from aches and pains by slowing down your
heart rate, causing your muscles to relax, and reducing tension.

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