The positive effects of music in our
López Pérez Ángel René
Barrera Hernández Wendy
Bonilla Santes Oscar Emilio
Velasco Kanafani Marian
Music and our emotions
The music have the ability of to evoke powerful emotional responses such as chills and
thrills in listeners.
The music can make us feel:
● Musical pleasure
● Mood regulation
● Time perception
Music is a universal language, but we don’t always pay enough attention to what it’s saying
and how it’s being understood
The benefits of music in chilhood
Helps creativity and imagination stimuli, rhythmic patters act on the brain regions of
creativity and motivation.
They pay attention to the different sound, tones, ketters and rhythms, enhancing their
The infant discoversthe posisbility of movement that he can do with his body.
Contributes ti the development of the senses wich receive infirmstion.
Enhances and receive theur languaje, learns to communicate their feelings abd
strengthens their learning.
Improves your auditody perception, recognizes sounds and improves yiur hearing system.
Helps your reasoning in math problems.
Musical work strengthens their teamworks and cooperative, and respect for self and
Music enhaces their self-estreem, the development of a strong affective bond and the
development of emotion.
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The benefits of music when bathing
The music in the bathrooms is so amazing that our voice sounds much better than anywhere else. But, in addition to
the scientific reasons, there are healthy reasons that encourage us to repeat the concert every time we bathe. During
this routine, our body releases endorphins in our nervous system, which helps us to be more animated and to get rid
of stress, among other benefits.
Singing underwater while we shower, even if we go out of tune, in addition to being a fun experience, has many
benefits for our health.
● Improves our mood.
● It reduces stress and helps us relax.
● Train memory and enhance our attention.
● Exercise the muscles of the face.
● Besides that a daily hygiene routine is always better with music.
The positive effects of listening to music when we sleep
According to the Sleep Foundation, adults who listen to 45 minutes
of relaxing music reported feeling that their body was much more
relaxed and better prepared for sleep than before.
This is because music has a direct effect on the nervous system,
preparing your body to sleep and rest for the six to eight hours of
sleep that experts recommend for the people.
What music do experts recommend listening to before going to
It is recommended that the music listened to should follow a rhythm
of 60 time units per minute, as this rhythm resembles that of the
The relaxing effect is obtained after listening to at least 30 minutes
of classical music before going to sleep or with 60 time units per
The positive effects of listening to music on the brain
Music acts on the hypothalamus, the nucleus accumbens and the
ventral tegmental area, which activates the reward and pleasure
centers of our brain.
There are studies that have shown that when people listen to music
they like, their brain releases a chemical substance called dopamine
which is a neurotransmitter that is especially important for the motor
function of the body and has positive effects on our body, which
makes people feel good.
Music has the immense capacity to stimulate memory in many ways.
Especially with degenerative diseases, studies have shown that it can
be a good treatment to keep the memory of people suffering from
Alzheimer's more active.
One study found, doing a test in the Hungarian language, that it is easier
to learn a new language while singing than while trying to memorize
phrases without melody. This ability is related to the stimuli and brain
activation that occurs during the process.
Music therapy to treat acute and chronic pain is well known. Musical
impulses stimulate the brain to release hormones that generate a sense of
well-being, to minimize stress and anxiety levels in patients.
In fact, it has been established that music therapy is a low-cost alternative
that can improve the quality of life for people experiencing pain from
diseases such as cancer and epilepsy.
In fact, research has identified the impact of music in the treatment of
sleep disorders related to patients with mental illness. Music was found to
be a good therapy, as it relaxes these patients.
The impact of music on society
did you know …
Most of the songs you loved
as a teenager will continue
to love throughout your life?
This is due to a psychological phenomenon known as reminiscence
shock, which defines the tendency to remember events that occurred
during adolescence and early adulthood.
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