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Your heartbeat changes depending on the type of music you are listening to.

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Your heartbeat changes depending on the type of music you listen to.

Music is one of the few activities which involves using the whole brain. It is intrinsic to all cultures and has surprising benefits, not only for learning language, improving memory and focusing attention, but also for physical coordination and development. It relaxes the mood and lightens the soul.

Not every type of music has a beneficial and calming effect. If the music is too loud and jarring, it can be disturbing and might compete with us for the work we are doing. Most benefits come from exposure to classical music. It has a soothing effect on the brain and the body.

A loud music has variable pitches. It usually gets louder and noisier. Researchers from Pavia University, Italy, in a study concluded that music with quicker tempos made people breathe faster which increased their heart rate and blood pressure. Whereas, on the contrary, slow and soft music brought opposite results. It lowered the heart rate and blood pressure. As a result of various such studies music is now being used as a rehabilitation medicine for the sufferers of blood pressure. In cardiovascular units, slow and quiet Music is played which relaxes the patients and lowers their blood pressure and heart rate.

Furthermore, loud music also creates aggression. Imagine a situation when you’re going through some tough times and for the sake of relaxing, You, unknown to the opposite effects, listen to loud and unpleasant music. Rather than relaxing, it would irritate you and will generate a feeling of aggression which in no sense would relax you. Repeating the same with slow and soothing music, you will probably feel relaxed and refreshed.

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Music can be inevitably beneficial for us if we only know what type of music should be heard in different situations. As music is not just a source of entertainment, but also a source for the good of our body and heart.

Reference : http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Healthday/story?id=7902380