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The benefits of listening to music

  • Author:Emily
  • Release Date:2020-09-11

Recent research shows the amazing benefits of listening to music, which improves the listener’s mental well-being and boosts the physical health in extraordinary ways. If you take a music lesson or two, that musical training can help improve your IQs and even keep your memory sharp in old age. Here are the 15 amazing scientifically-proven benefits of being hooked on music.

Music Makes You Happier

Research proves that when you listen to music, you release a chemical in your brain called dopamine- a ‘feel good’ neurotransmitter. A neuroscientist from McGill University, Valorie Salimpoor, injected eight music-lovers with a radioactive substance that binds with dopamine receptors after that listened to their favorite music. Later then, a PET scan showed the large amounts of dopamine were being released, which biologically caused the participants to feel certain emotions like happiness, excitement and joy. Now you know how to get a natural high and emotional boost by just listening to your favorite music for 15 minutes!

Music Increase Workout Endurance

Studies show that listening to those top workout tracks can enhance physical performance and increase workout endurance during a tough session. Marcelo Bigliassi and his colleagues found out that runners who listened to fast or slow motivational music completed the first 800 meters of their run faster than runners who listened to calm music or ran without music.


Music Reduce Stress and Improves Health

Listening to your favorite music can help you decrease stress level hormone called cortisol in your body, which counteracts effects effects of chronic stress. This is a crucial finding because stress causes 60% of all our diseases and illnesses. A study found that if people participated in making music by playing various instruments and singing, it boost their immune system even more that if they passively listened.

Music Helps You Sleep Better

Nearly 40% of Chinese adults suffer from insomnia. The pooled prevalence of insomnia in China was 15% lower than those in many Western countries (eg. 37.2% in France and Italy, and 27.1% in USA). A study indicated that students who listening to calm music for 45 minutes before going to sleep showed significant better sleep that students who listened to an audiobook or did nothing.

Music Lowers Depression Level

More than 350 million people suffer from depression around the world, and 90% of them also experience insomnia. Sleep research above found that symptoms of depression decreased significantly in the group that listened to classical music before sleep, but not in the other two groups. Another study in Germany demonstrated that music can benefit patients, depending on the type of music. Meditative sounds and classical music lifted people up, while techno and heavy metal brought people down even more.

Music Helps You Eat Less

Based on a research at Georgia Tech University, it showed that softening the lighting and music while people ate led them to consume fewer calories and enjoy their meals more. Try dimming the lights and listening to soft music the next time you sit down for a meal if you’re looking for ways to limit your appetite.


Music Strengthens Your Memory

Researchers have found that music can help you acknowledge and remember information better. Participants tried to memorize Japanese characters while listening to music that seemed either neutral or positive to them. The results showed that participants who were musicians learned better with neutral music but tested better with pleasurable music. Non-musicians learned better with positive music but tested better with neutral music.

Music Reduces Pain

Research shows that music therapy and pre-recorded music reduced pain more than typical treatments for cancer patients. Other research indicates that it can also reduce pain in intensive care patients. But the selection of music needs to be classical, meditative, or the patient’s choice. “One good thing about music, when it hits you, feel no pain.” Bob Marley.

Music Keeps Your Brain Healthy in Old Age

A study with healthy older adults found that those with ten or more years of musical experience scored higher on cognitive tests than musicians with one to nine years of musical study. The non-musicians scored the lowest. Business magnate Warren Buffet stays sharp at age 84 by playing ukulele. It’s never too late to play an instrument to keep you on top of your game.

No matter whether you’re young or old, healthy or sick, happy or sad, music can improve the quality of your life in numerous ways. It reduces stress and anxiety, lifts your mood, boosts your health, helps you sleep better, takes away your pain, and even makes you smarter. Learn to play musical instrument now to get those amazing benefits!