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The following track has been designed to help with the following:
• Slower breathing.
• Lower heart rate.
• Lower blood pressure.
• Quiet the nervous system.
• Ease muscle tension.
• Reduce stress and anxiety.
• Trigger the release of sleep-friendly hormones, including serotonin and oxytocin.
• Reduce sleep-stifling hormones like cortisol.
If we Google “relaxing music”, we’ll get thousands of results. However, does relaxing music actually relieve stress? The answer is yes. So along with the above, please see below some interesting facts about Relaxing Music!
• It helps us sleep better at night:
Listening to relaxing music through headphones at night helps us sleep better. It helps us release our worries and those exhausting thoughts that often feed anxiety.
• It improves brain functioning:
Furthermore our brain is passionate about music. We know, for example, that playing an instrument starting early on helps our brain develop and even improves mathematical performance. Relaxing music is almost like a vitamin for our neurons.
It puts us in an optimal mental state for reasoning and tasks involving our spatial–temporal abilities. At the same time the connection between our two brain hemispheres improves, fostering faster communication between neurons.
• Your heart also appreciates relaxing music:
One reason is that it is good for our heart is because it can help lower our blood pressure and heart rate. Our heartbeat becomes more regular and rhythmic, we have fewer arrhythmias, and we feel calmer.
• More serotonin and endorphins:
Two hormones we really like are endorphins and serotonin. They also act as neurotransmitters. Although each of us has our own musical tastes, and sometimes we’re in the mood for more energetic songs, we can’t ignore the benefits that relaxing music has on the brain.
• It reduces a person’s perception of pain:
Listening to relaxing music after surgery improves patient recovery. It also makes this critical time a bit more pleasant and less stressful. It’s a remarkable finding, but an article in Psychology Today explains that relaxing music lessens a person’s sensation of pain, produces endorphins, and even strengthens our immune system.
• Relaxing music for studying:
Relaxing music optimizes our cognitive processes. We concentrate and process information better, and retain new information more quickly and efficiently. As we said, our brain loves balanced, harmonic musical stimulation. There are actually frequencies that can help our brain work better.
• It will help you meditate:
Learning to meditate is not easy, especially if your life is nonstop busy. Sometimes when we try to find some relaxation by meditating, it doesn’t work. One thing that can help is relaxing music. Just find a quiet space, put on some comfortable clothes and some headphones, and let yourself go…
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