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The Truth behind Music and Training

The Truth behind Music and Training

Most of us enjoy listening to music on our Ipods or mp3s as we train. But the question is why do we listen to music as we train? Does it improve our performance? And what are its other health benefits? The Reason Behind Listening to Music While Training We find it very appealing to listen to music as we train since it gives us the chance to listen to our favorite kind of music as we shut down everything happening around us especially in a gym. However, it you’re running outside, it’s important to lower the volume or take one earplug out in order to be aware of the surroundings. Music is Motivational We listen to motivational fast hardcore songs …

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What Your Favorite Music Genre Reveal About You

What Your Favorite Music Genre Reveal About You

It is no myth that your favorite kind of music can tell so much about your personality. Find out from your favorite genre below whether you’re emotional, creative, outgoing, or other. Hip-hop Hip-hop fans generally enjoy fast energetic rhythms and dancing; they are known for being extroverted and confident. Another aspect of theirs is being blirtatious, which means blurting out their thoughts almost immediately. Country Country music fans are friendly, empathic and hardworking people. However, they’re more likely to be rather traditional and close-minded to new ideas. Folk, Jazz and Blues These kinds of listeners are known for their open-minded creativity and profound thinking. Jazz music helps people produce more creative thinking. Classic Classic music listeners are mainly described as …

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Music Can Make You a Better Person

Ways in Which Music Can Make You a Better Person

Loving music and enjoying it is something that runs in every human being’s blood. Not just humans, even plants and animals enjoy music according to so many studies conducted in this regard. However, is music just a thing you enjoy? Or does enjoying it benefits you in some way just as reading and other similarly useful hobbies does? Here are a few ways in which music can make you a better person: 1- Music is a guaranteed method for relieving stress. And we even know that by instinct even if we can’t put our fingers on it. Don’t you play a few of your favorite records on your computer or mobile phone when you feel stressed out from studying for …

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7 Ways in Which Music Can Improve Learning for Children

7 Ways in Which Music Can Improve Learning for Children

In many cultures, learning music, getting kids to learn music or tutoring them in music is just a “thing for the worriless living in ivory towers”, which is really disappointing to say the least. Many researches have proved that music does indeed boost cognitive functions and learning skills. In this article, we will list some ways in which music can improve your kids’ learning. 1- It makes our kids more resilient and develops their ability to handle pressure. It is common for kids to get panic attacks and stage frights when then they know they are to perform something in front of others. However, kids who learn music know that they are going to perform before others and are used …

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Benefits That Come from Listening to Music

8 Benefits That Come from Listening to Music

When or where was it that people started to listen to music and enjoy it? Nobody knows! What we DO know is that no matter how different people are, it has always been in their DNA to like music and enjoy it, and that music is one of the few things that can connect them all. Music has many wondrous benefits of which we will mention a few in the following lines. 1- Music is one of the easiest and most effective methods for lowering stress levels. You almost do it instinctively. You just start listening to music or thinking about it when you are fed up with your loads of work or study. 2- Music makes you a better …

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THE HEALING POWER OF MUSIC

MORE ABOUT THE HEALING POWER OF MUSIC, PART II

Actually, music can be considered a better “medicine” than “treatment” because it has only positive side effects and it is enjoyable. It has been shown that music can help organize the brain, especially to those who suffer from Alzheimer’s. After a few minutes of music, there are usually observable effects like foot tapping, clapping and singing. The positive results include increased socialization, reduced agitation and elevated mood. This is attributed to the stimulation received by the brain during music therapy, which is a sort of “cognitive workout” that often inspires physical movement. As traditional forms of communication are compromised, music provides an alternative mean of connection between caregiver and patient, thereby helping to normalize interaction. When music is used therapeutically, …

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MUSIC REALLY HAVE A HEALING POWER

DOES MUSIC REALLY HAVE A HEALING POWER?

New research is expanding and confirming the idea that music can improve the mood of people with neurological diseases and can reduce the need for antipsychotic drugs as well as boost cognitive skills. Music therapists who work with Alzheimer’s patients say: after months or even years of not talking at all, they start talking again, seem more engaged by their surroundings and become more social. Some begin to remember who they are and remember names long forgotten or even do what Alzheimer’s patients often cannot do. Many neurologists agree that music can be considered a medicine for Alzheimer’s patients; music is a necessity to them not luxury. It can have a strong healing power to restore them to themselves and …

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Why You Should Listen to Music More Often

Here’s Why You Should Listen to Music More Often

Music has been around since the dawn of human existence. It doesn’t matter how old you are or where you come from, we all enjoy some good music regardless of the genre. We listen to music during our free time, at the gym, or on transportations. Have you ever wondered how music can affect your health? The following are the health advantages of listening to music. Improves Blood Pressure and Heart Rate : Listening to your favorite type of music makes your brain release endorphins which reinforce your vascular health. Experiments have shown that postoperative heart patients who listened to music recovered better with lower blood pressure and slower heart rate. Maintains a Healthier Brain : Music rhythms has the …

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