Music is the art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion
We all know that music can help you to “feel good,” but the best part is this good can last far past (even after music stopped) the actual listening experience. It’s as if a memory of the relaxation is imprinted on the brain. One of the great benefits of music for stress relief is its versatility. You can listen to it in your leisure time and carry the benefits with you long after you’ve stopped listening, and you can also incorporate it into your daily life, thanks to mp3 technologies, without having to stop what you’re doing.
Music has also been shown to help people prepare for surgery and heal faster. When patients listen to relaxing music, their breathing deepens, more oxygen is transported throughout the body, and there is a secretion of serotonin in the brain which stabilizes moods.
Music stimulates brainwaves to synchronize with the beat – a faster beat encourages alertness and concentration while a slower beat calms, relaxes and creates a meditative state. So depending on your needs, music can enhance every activity and balance every mood.
Music its good