Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Listen To Music Can Control Mood

Listen to music is not just mere entertainment. Without you knowing it, the music actually give mood swings and even helps you to concentrate.

A study shows, listened to the song can give an effect on some parts of the brain, the relevant responsible person of memory and vision.

"For example, a recent study in Canada showed that there is a causal relationship between music and the core part of the brain that react to stimuli (food, light)," said Dr Victoria Williamson, professor of psychology at Goldsmith College in London.

health benefits for you because listen to music?

1. Improve mood
The reaction of people when listening to music generally different. But, whatever your musical selection, a 2011 study in Canada, which published in journal Nature Neuroscience suggests that listening to your favorite music can help melt a bad mood.

Research at McGill University in Montreal showed that listening to music can trigger the release of dopamine hormone.

2. Focus
This is a little strange, but the evidence suggests that listen to music can help you to concentrate. A tool 'digital tonic' which is called Ubrain, claims can help the mind focus and relax.

This application is based on binaural beats (which can stimulate the specific activity in the brain) that helps you to increase your energy, your mind and improve your mood while listening to favorite music.

"By helping cortex of the brain produces certain waves, we can induce some parts of the brain remains awake, depending on the goals we want to do," explains clinical psychologist from Brigitte Paris Forgeot.

3. Increase endurance
Listening to certain music can actually help you run faster. A study at Brunel University, West London, has shown that music can help to increase endurance by 15 percent, improve morale and energy efficiency of 1-2 percent.

Instead, choose songs that fit with tempo of your sport. Listening to music while sporting metronomic will give effect to the body, thus allowing you to exercise longer.

4. Better mental health
Music can be an effective treatment and positive for people dealing with mental health conditions.

"There are two different ways are used in music therapy: either as a means of communication and self-expression or for the quality inherent restorative or healing," said Bridget O'Connell.

5. Relieve stress
Research in 2011 from a mental health charity shows, nearly a third of people listening to music to give the spirit at work. And one in four people admit that they listen to music while traveling to work to help cope with stress.

6. Patient care
Music really can have a significant positive impact on patients with long-term illness, such as heart disease, cancer and respiratory conditions.

Many experiments have shown that music can help lower heart rate, blood pressure and help relieve pain, anxiety and improve quality of life of patients.

"Music can be very useful for someone who is in a situation where they have lost control of their external environment," said Dr. Williamson.

"With the music they can get back a sense of control. The brain is very complicated - there are many elements involved in creating a sense of excitement - not surprising if there is research indicates that the release of dopamine associated with feelings of pleasure," said Bridget O'Connell, head of information from the Mental Health Charity Mind.