Music is good for the heart
Listening to your favorite music is good for the health of the heart and blood vessels, scientists from the University of Maryland have found, having previously proved that laughter also benefits the cardiovascular system. In a study presented at a meeting of the American heart Association in New Orleans, scientists have shown for the first time that emotions caused by cheerful music have a healing effect on blood vessels.
“We have previously shown that positive emotions, laughter, have a positive effect on vascular health. Continue reading
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
The scientist concluded that a musical tempo equal to 60 beats per minute increases the so-called alpha activity of the brain, which is associated with relaxation, by 6%. At the same time, the same musical tempo reduces the beta activity of the brain, which is primarily associated with activity and wakefulness. In General, when music with a tempo equal to 60 beats per minute, a person has a meditative relaxed state of consciousness.
So, playing with musical frequencies, a DJ can plunge the dance floor into a euphoric state of relaxation and make you leave all your energy on the dance floor. Continue reading