Effects Of Music

Music is a human activity which involves structured, audible sounds and is used for artistic, entertainment or ceremonial purposes. Music is a major part of our environment because every day we hear sounds which come from different sources. It is a combination of sounds which produced from an instrument by clapping, plucking, tapping or blowing, together with voices and meaningful lyrics. Generally, music is greatly affects our personal mood. Somehow, music can also calm and revitalize personal mood in a variety of ways. It can elevate our mood above our personal fears and doubts and even reduce stress and pain levels. Music affects our personal lives and society: The rhythm of music could directly effect our personal lives.

Music can cause physical changes in someone’s body since it operates on a vibrational level. When one’s mind is unconsciously unaware of a vibration, it is greatly impacted because it is vulnerable to outside vibrations. Imagine the situation when a musician creates a song. He transforms his emotional state into a music recording. This matter influences the vibration in music. For these reasons, vibration affects the listener, because he is exposed to it. While a person listens to music he may experience two types of emotions: perceived and felt emotions. When one perceives music, he can listen to it without feeling emotions. Thus, a person can actually understand and control the impact of music on him. Someone may transform the vibration of music into his own energy for any purpose, desire, motivation, happiness, and joy.

Here are two things that can be affected by music.

Motivation:

Music works as a motivator whether you want to exercise or you don’t want to do a specific chore because it’s boring. This can be done by playing upbeat music to keep you hyped and distracted while you keep on working. When you want to exercise, you can play any upbeat song and, because it is a fast paced song, your heart and muscles work faster, finally, allowing you to do your exercise faster than you normally would and you’ll probably exercise longer than you thought because you are distracted by the music. The reason why it helps you complete a specific chore is because it’s distracting and you’re entertained while you’re working. It’s good to listen to songs while you’re doing chores because it puts people in a better mood and makes you keep working.

Relaxing:

Music also possesses healing power. People call it the miracle of music. It is able to organize the brain. After twenty minutes of listening to music, one may observe its positive impact: elevated mood, increased socialization, and good appetite. Music therapy creates safe and comfortable conditions to nurture patients. Its importance is huge for those who are afflicted with Alzheimer’s. Music therapy helps to keep the connection between such a patient and environment. It helps patient to focus and to stay aware of the surroundings. Music helps the heart. It’s the tempo of the music that’s good for your heart health. In a research made by Europeans, they made a test where they played music to their patients while monitoring their breathing, heart rates and blood pressure. They found that when they played upbeat music, their patients had faster heart beats and breathing and when they played them slow music, their heart rate slowed down and their anxiety and stress levels decreased.

In conclusion, music is extremely helpful for memory, can motivate people and help relax those who are too stressed, which is why we think that music should be integrated in some way into the school programs, hospitals and work to help people stay relaxed, learn and concentrate, and stay in a good mood. I also recommend parents to give their kids music lessons since they’re very young so they can learn things faster and have better concentration when they’re at school.

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