Music is part of everyone’s life. Who does not like music? Tastes are different about it, but we all have a melody that makes us feel comfortable, and this has a significant impact on our moods and health.

Music is one of the few activities that involves the use of the entire brain. It has amazing benefits not only for having a good time, but it also helps improve memory, focus attention, and helps with physical coordination.

Benefits of happy music on your body

There are many studies that have proven the benefits of music for health and is that listening to music induces a large amount of brain stimuli in people, which have an impact on stress levels, the feeling of fatigue and other aspects of nature emotional.

Regardless of style, music has a positive effect on mood when it comes to upbeat music or positive music .

It affects your mood

You may have woken up in a bad mood, had a hard day at work or college, but if you listen to that joyful song, your brain will process those impulses and your mood will improve in no time.

In addition to improving your mood, listening to music is proven to positively affect stress levels . However, it must be taken into account that it does not work the same for all people, since everyone will react according to their musical tastes.

When listening to happy music, our brain begins to produce the hormone called dopamine , which is responsible for producing emotions such as happiness, improving mood and promoting fun. The effect is compared to what happens when we consume chocolate or have states of happiness.

Benefits for your health and raising energy

Several studies have verified the positive effects of music in cancer patients, in the moments before a surgical intervention (to reduce anxiety) and to calm pain.

In the same way, it has been proven that music improves people’s cognitive abilities and is a good companion when studying.

For example, exposure to classical music has beneficial effects such as: boosting immunity, relieving chronic headaches and migraines, and also lowering blood pressure. Depending on the rhythm of the music, if it gets louder and faster, it causes the blood to flow by speeding up your heart rate slightly, improving circulation, sending oxygen and nutrients, rising through the body and brain, increasing energy levels. .

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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