Music has been found to impact brain function and human behavior in various capacities. This includes reducing stress, pain and symptoms of depression as well as improving cognitive and motor skills, spatial-temporal learning and neurogenesis, which is the brain’s ability to produce neurons.
WHAT MUSIC IS THE BEST?
Turns out, whether it’s rock ‘n’ roll, jazz, hip-hop or classical, your gray matter prefers the same music you do. So it depends on your personal background! For a while, researchers believed that classical music increased brain activity and made its listeners smarter, a phenomenon called the Mozart effect. Not necessarily true. In recent studies, they’ve found that people with dementia respond better to the music they grew up listening to. Playing someone’s favorite music makes different parts of the brain light up. This means memories associated with music are emotional memories, which never fade out — even in patients in diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
Music Helps You
- CHANGE YOUR ABILITY TO PErCEIVE TIME
- TAP INTO PRIMAL FEAR
- REDUCE SEIZURES
- MAKE YOU A BETTER COMMUNICATOR
- MAKE YOU STRONGER
- BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
- ASSIST IN REPAIRING BRAIN DAMAGE
- MAKE YOU SMARTER
- EVOKE MEMORIES
- HELP PARKINSON’S PATIENTS