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Who knows what sound and music does to our bodies - even on the molecular level - things we have no idea about - but can "feel"
The positive effects of music on our bodies have been demonstrated by neuroscientists and psychologists. The vibrational mechanism of cognitive functions are activated to listen to music. This mechanical action that acts on our body naturally influences our emotions and therefore our actions in the short and long term.
Feeling of tranquillity, calm and calm... Relaxing melodies naturally lower our cortisol levels and promote the release of endorphins. With calming and analgesic properties, these endorphins regulate emotions and bring a feeling of well-being.
It was in England that an amazing experiment was carried out on the Newcastle underground. Rock music usually played on stations has been replaced by Baroque and soft melodies. Result: vandalism and assaults halved.
For several years, the Parisian hospitals Armand Trousseau and Necker have equipped themselves with instruments and musical listening bases in the heart of the pre-anesthesia rooms. In the corridors, elevators and other "cold" places, a musician follows the children to the operating rooms and helps to relax the young patient and his whole family. The result is conclusive, the success of the anesthesia is boosted, so the trauma is significantly reduced.
According to a recent study, one hour per day of listening to music can reduce pain. Thanks to the stimulation of the production of endorphins, natural painkillers, the feeling of appeasement was verified in patients suffering from chronic pain.
Some psychologists today integrate music as a therapeutic element. By developing their cognitive and psychomotor abilities, Music Therapy stimulates emotions, memories and brings out psychological suffering and pain.
Listening to music before sleeping allows the brain to enter a kind of meditative state. Because of its relaxing power over the body and mind, music is conducive to falling asleep and brings a real benefit on the quality of our sleep. Listening to a music, the breath naturally hangs on its rhythm and allows a calming. All this is true of course through soft music... So Hard Rock to avoid!
But above all... music makes you happier
The list of chemicals released listening to music is impressive. Endorphin for well-being, dopamine for pleasure, serotonin for mood, oxytocin for human relationships... they play a key role in our development of our happiness. By definition, music makes us happier, more generous, more positive and brings us closer to each other.
Although it is not yet systematically present in all households, music is a link to be developed in the family circle, and even professional. Useful in maintaining and maintaining connections between family members or a team, it allows you to share positive emotions and moments. Culture, well-being, exchange... we are more hesitant and we are now starting to select the favorite songs!
Thankyou Yann .... I think my oxytocin levels have now saturated my OT receptors ..... luv you bro xxx