People do not know that what willhappen when human listen to music. Music has so many benefits for human body. So,what is the music? According to the Oxford dictionary, means “Vocal orinstrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty ofform, harmony, and expression of emotion”. Music is important to many lives. Peopleusually listen to it when we wake up during go home, at work and with friends.For many people, music is like a best friend.
It can make people happy and motivateto come along with us through a difficult time and alleviate people worries. Inthis essay will focus on the impact of listening to music that effects on thehuman body and what happen to body while listen to music. Music effects on humanbody in several ways such as reducing stress, increasing the potential forlearning and improving sleep quality.Music is reducing stress for human.
Psychologist Daniel J. Levitin, PhD, a neuroscientist of music at McGillUniversity in Montreal, a wealth of new studies, is demonstrating the benefitsof music on physical and physical health. For example, in a meta-analysis of400 studies, Levitin and his master researcher, Mona Lisa Chanda, have foundthat music improves the body’s immune system and reduces stress. Listening tomusic is also more effective than prescription medicine for reducing anxietybefore surgery (Trends in Cognitive Sciences, April, 2013). Music can also helpadults as well.
Researchers from Khoo Teck Puat Hospital in Singapore foundthat patients receiving palliative care who attend live music therapy reportedrelief from pain. Progressive Care Palliative Care, July, 2013) Music therapistswork closely with patients to adjust each intervention and patients participatein singing, instrumental music, dialogue, lyrics and even writing. Songs asthey work to get sick or weigh problems at the end of life. As you can see, listeningto music can reducing stress for anyone. The results showed that patients beforesurgery. When listening to music, it reduces the stress levels and anxiety ofcortisol, which is a hormone that is associated with reduced stress than pianolessons with physical therapy. Helps stroke patients right hemisphere right orright hemisphere. Can move the body that requires skill.
It’s better thansomeone doing physical therapy alone. Significant research also found thatlistening to music. Reduce chronic pain up to 21% and reduce depression by 25%.It also helps to calm mood and help cure insomnia. Science showsthat music can help reduce depression and help people feel more hope andcontrol over their lives.
Playing music with others or playing live music makeshormones in the brain feel connected, trustworthy and social. The study foundthat listening to music reduced chronic pain by 21 percent and depression by 25percent. Other studies have shown that music is improving.
http://www.apa.org/monitor/2013/11/music.aspxmusic is Increasing the potentialfor learning such as Increasing IQ and add physical memory while learning.
In this Schellenberg reported a positivecorrelation between music education and IQ in children aged 6-11 years, andshowed that music education was a predictable child both academic and IQ in adolescence.In the trial, Schellenberg also showed that a 6-year-old boy who received a36-week lesson in keyboards or a small group of songs resulted in IQ andperformance. The education standard is significantly higher than normal.Schellenberg argued that music education is an additional teaching functionthat emphasizes attention, attention, and progressive learning of technicalskills. In contrast to earlier research, IQ’s largest group of enhancements wasSinging Group, not Keyboard Group. The evidence supporting the existence of thetransfer result from practicing music to IQ is generally unclear. In addition, music is IncreasingIQ and add physical memory while learning Mozart’s music and baroque music have a tempo of 60 beats perminute, it is stimulating the left and right brain.
Left brain and brain actionsimultaneously improves learning and data management. The informationthat is being studied activates the left brain as the music activates the rightbrain. In addition, activities involving both sides of the brain at the sametime, such as playing a musical instrument or singing, make the brain morecapable of processing data. According to The Center for New Discoveries inLearning, learning potential can be increased at least five times with 60 perminute, for example, ancient Greeks sing because they understand that music canhelp them remember more easily.) Bulgarian Psychology.
George Lomonov hasdesigned a way to teach foreign languages ??in a short time. Using his system,students can learn all the vocabulary and phrases in half a semester. Inaddition, the average retention rate of his students was 92%. Dr.
Lozanov’ssystem involved the use of classical music pieces from the Baroque period, withabout 60 themes per minute. He proved that he could learn 85-100% of hisforeign language efficiently in just thirty days using these baroque parts. Hisstudents had a nearly 100% correct rate of recovery, even though they had notreviewed the content for four years. One of the simple ways in which studentscan improve their score is to listen to some music, like Sonata Mozart for twopianos in D Major before taking the test. This type of music releases nervecells in the brain which help the body relax. The performance of the MozartSonata can be seen from the results of the IQ tests conducted with the firstthree college students listening to the Mozart sonata before the second grouptest.
The third group did not listen before the first group tested had 119average scores, the second group had 111 average scores. The third group hadthe lowest score of 110.Music Improves sleep quality forpeople who hard to sleep such as Insomnia and other sleep problemsIn one meta-analysis of 10 randomized studies, researcherstracked 557 participants with chronic sleep disorders. They found that sleepquality was improved significantly with music and concluded that “music canassist in improving sleep quality of patients with acute and chronic sleepdisorders.”