Music itself is a great creativity of waves that can impact on humans brain.
Music affects the brain, in releasing hormone, that improves humans state of activity, behaviour, and mood.
General, every type of music have this characteristic, but it is important to listen to the kind you prefer. Listening to the music that you don't like may have an opposite effect on humans mental state.
I listen to music because it's like a medicine. Music lowers stress, reduce depression, and elevates your mood. I also listen to music when I play video games to help me focus of the task. It's also scientifically proven to boost your creativity.
Music is basically sound generated at particular frequency. Now these frequency have a lot of impact on our mind and body. So if you are listening to music with 150 bpm your body will automatically feel energized.
So from this we can say that we can use music to help with our mood and different phases of life.
Why i listen to music ?
Because it gives meaning to my life and helps me to Think!
I listen to music to sooth my inner being. That take me to a different place that excite, enhance what I ordinary feel in life.
Music can be used to manipulate you in way u want. You can get some adrenaline boosting music for exercising at the same time smooth music can be used while study and meditation.
It just can be used to control you the way you want
That's how I use it.
Hope you use same way. It's just amazing!
It keeps my mood up at times and sometimes it makes me calm and relax.
Music relieves my stress away. When i come home with stressed i always turn on the music and find my peace. It just makes me feel better in many ways. I feel happy and completed with the music. Without music i think i would have some missing parts.
1 it allows me to clear my mind after a long day of stress
2 I use it to study
Music can cheers me up and makes my mood high. I feel better when i get motivated and music is the best way for that.
IRRESPECTIVE OF AGE
Music listening is a powerful way to support well-being, irrespective of age. However, according to a study published this July by Jenny Groarke and Michael Hogan from the National University of Ireland, younger and older people listen to music for different reasons and experience benefits to well-being through different mechanisms.
In the study, researchers sought to explain why younger and older adults listen to music, and how the reported reasons for music listening are connected to well-being. The participants were 25 young adults (18-30 yrs) and 19 older adults (60-75 yrs). They investigated music listening habits through Interactive Management, a technique that comprises facilitated group discussions. The method contained three phases: 1) idea generation 2) voting, and 3) structural modeling.
The first phase, idea generation, entailed posing a simple question “Why do you listen to music?” to both participant groups. The participants first independently generated answers to this question. The answers were then pooled for the second step which involved the participants voting for five ideas they felt were most significant for supporting well-being. In the third phase, the participants examined overarching structures connecting the reasons for music listening and well-being outcomes with the help of special software.