What benefits does music bring to our health?(Jeremy Love Music)

Among other virtues, it is capable of increasing neural communication and enhances memory

Listening to music causes a wide variety of activities and brain stimuli that directly influence important aspects of life such as mood, stress control, anxiety or fatigue. In fact, more and more hospitals include music therapy in more and more

treatments. Thus, commemorating International Music Day, Alvar Ocano, medical manager of the Aegon insurance company, reviews the main benefits that music can bring to health.

Reduce anxiety: listening to your favorite song reduces anxiety levels. Music can help lower levels of cortisol, the stress-related hormone.

Helps reduce pain: music therapy releases endorphins, which act as natural pain relievers. In fact, there are multiple studies that show that music can reduce the pain of some chronic diseases such as osteoarthritis.

Helps in neurological disorders: such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's or Autism. In addition, music is like a gym for the brain, as it increases neural communication, elasticity and plasticity of the organ.

Strengthens the immune system: increases the production of platelets, stimulates lymphocytes and cell protection against certain diseases. Likewise, listening to music can also lower cortisol levels, which can lead to a decreased immune
response.

Increases optimism and protects brain aging: especially for people suffering from depression. According to a study published in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, playing a musical instrument reduces the effects of mental

decline associated with aging.

It enhances memory: when listening to music, various areas of the brain are activated so information is better processed.

Several reports have confirmed that listening to music or playing an instrument makes learning easier. Thus, according to a study published by scientists at the University of Helsinki, Mozart's music activates the left and right brain, which

maximizes learning and information retention.

Combat headaches: thanks to its relaxing and stress- relieving effect, another benefit of listening to music is that it can help those who suffer from migraines or headaches.

Lowers Blood Pressure: According to research from the American Hypertension Society, in New Orleans, listening to 30 minutes of classical, Celtic, or raga music daily can significantly lower high blood pressure. http://www.saucemankeys.com/