Music is a worthwhile mystery that keeps evolving itself.
Music plays a role in brain development, mood and health. Music triggers pleasure centers that release dopamine, a neurotransmitter that makes you joyful. Its effect is quick, it triggers anticipation, helping recap the past and predict the future. Brain networking creates expectations of how the music should sound. Any sort of negative feeling reduces on hearing a good piece of music. As a result, it helps in treating depression, anxiety, nervous temperament syndromes, etc. It boosts pro-immunity antibodies, stimulates endorphins, oxytocin and improves our mood and energy frequency.
LEARNING A NEW INSTRUMENT CREATES NEURAL CONNECTIONS THAT BUILD ON EACH OTHER AND CREATE AN OPTIMAL ENVIRONMENT FOR LEARNING. IT ENHANCES YOUR COGNITIVE SPHERE. IT’S THE SOURCE OF THE MOST RELAXING EXPERIENCE WITHOUT HAVING TO TRAVEL FOR. IT IMPROVES AUDITORY PROCESSING.
Learning a new instrument creates new neural connections that build on each other and create an optimal environment for learning. It enhances your cognitive sphere. It improves your auditory processing, learning, and memory. Promotes wellness reduces stress and gives peace. It’s the source of the most relaxing experience without having to travel for. Vocabulary and Nonverbal reasoning skills are enhanced due to learning a new instrument.
Does musical genre matter?
Different genres have different impacts. Sounds interesting to know.
• Classical (Chamber) MusicEnhances dopamine secretion and synaptic function, learning, and memory. Also improves visual attention, encourages harmony.
• Heavy Metal- Elicits a sense of identity and encourages connecting with community development.
• Pop/Rock- Increases endurance capabilities and enhances physical performances. Energy booster but also has a great distracting effect on us.
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