Monthly Archives: November 2018
Swedish scientists At the University of Gothenburg have found that choral singing prolongs life. Singing along with yoga helps to control the state of the body and improve the work of the heart. Proper singing, especially choral singing, stabilizes the cardiovascular system, RBC reports.
Based on the experiments, it was found that the melody and rhythm of music directly affect the heart of the singer. That is, to get in tune with the music, the heart rate accelerates or slows down, writes the British newspaper Express. Continue reading
Music affects our brain much more deeply than any other human experience.Let’s look at some interesting facts about music.
Music helps premature babies
Children born too early need a long hospital stay in order to gain the right weight and get stronger. To speed up this process, many hospitals have resorted to the use of music. A team of canadian scientists has found that playing music to premature babies can lower their pain sensitivity and improve their eating skills, which in turn helps newborns gain weight. Hospitals use music that mimics the sounds of a mother’s heartbeat and uterine movements to lull babies born prematurely. Continue reading
(Tell me what you’re listening to, and I’ll tell you what your IQ is)
You are young, you consider yourself advanced, night clubs are the best place to hang out after school or work. After – a sense of well-spent time, but fresh and clear thinking, as well as the influx of new forces and energy are not observed.
Do you know that modern electronic music, as well as rock, psychologists refer to aggressive non-drug drugs (the effect of the latter on the body does not need to be explained)? Continue reading