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Music on your mind


The Amazing Effects of Music on the Mind
What was the last song you listened to? There is a reason you were so drawn to listen to it. It might have put you in a great mood or eased your worry. It might have brought back memories from days gone by.
Understanding the effects music can have on your mind can help you make the conscious decision to listen to music a part of your daily life for its incredibly beneficial effects!

What Can Music Do for You?
Listening to music can help you remember your first kiss. It can motivate you to keep on going. It can calm you down after a long, hard day. There are so many wonderful things music can do for you! It's absolutely fascinating to understood why it has such an impact - and what you need to be doing to take advantage of that fact.

How Does Music Affect Our Body and Brain?
Music appears to be processed in the right hemisphere of the brain. The way we experience music also affects our nervous system.
There are different neurons that respond according to what kind of music is playing. Music can effect hormones, encourage the production of cortisol, testosterone, and oxytocin. Music can even trigger a release of endorphins.
Beyond the biology and the actual responses of your body, there are definite responses of the mind as well. You're aware of how you feel when you listen to music, but how do you know that it's actually having any sort of effect on you? There is scientific evidence of the way it can affect your mind! It's clearly more than just a suspicion - it's fact!

Music Can Improve Memory
Therefore, it's thought that music has the most effect on the part of the brain that deals with memory. Unfortunately, the effects were not found to be long-lasting. Still, there is nothing wrong with getting a consistent music boost to improve your memory, mood, and sense of well-being over all!
Interestingly enough, music even seems to have a positive effect on the memories of those who are suffering from Alzheimer's. In some cases, music can help these people remember things and events they had long forgotten. This is an amazing gift for many Alzheimer's patients!

Why Does This Work?
You might be wondering why this works the way it does. Dr. Alfred A Tomatis theorized that it's because music (specifically that of Mozart) helps to retrain the brain, in a sense. The different frequencies can help to 'exercise' the brain and provide great benefits.
Many people use music to achieve different states of mind as well. Playing a cheerful song at the end of a long day can go a long way toward improving your mood. Playing mellowing music can help you get to sleep at night. Playing upbeat music can help you get into the right mood to go out and have fun with your friends. Classical music is the most beloved among those who subscribe to musical therapy

Do what you can to start investigating its effects on your own life today. The music of Mozart is a great place to start. There are other options available, depending on what your goals are. Soon, you'll start to gain an even deeper appreciation for all of the wonderful things music can bring into your life.

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Best wishes, John M Powers :o)
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