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We all love music, do we not? It is something which just cannot make us sad and upset. The soothing power of music is well established which has a unique link to our emotions, so can also be an extremely effective stress management tools. You want to know what I generally do? I always have music playing at the background generally whenever I am home. And I can assure you, it is something which can calm you like nothing else. And scientific studies have approved that if music constantly plays at your home in the back ground then there are less chances of family conflicts and fights, because everyone tends to be in a calm mood.


Listening to music can have a tremendously relaxing effect on your bodies and minds, especially slow and classical kind of music. This kind of music can have a beneficial effect on our physiological functions. It slows down the pulse and heart rate, lowers the blood pressure and also decreases the levels of stress hormones. This is how music works and this is exactly why you feel better than any compared situations without the presence of music. As music can absorb our attention, it acts as a distracting element and at the same time it helps us to explore our emotions. This means that it has the capability to become a great aid to meditation and helps in preventing the mind to wander.

Again, musical preferences vary from person to person at a wide range because we have several different genres of music like classical rock, pop, country, electronic, dubstep and so on. So only a particular individual can decide what he or she likes and what is suitable for his or her particular moods. Even if someone does not usually listen to classical music he or she should try because it has a very good positive effect as it is regarded to be the most calming music.

When people are very stressed, there is usually a tendency to avoid actively listening to music at regular intervals. It might be felt as though it is a waste of time which does not help us to achieve anything. But as we know it, productivity always increases when stress is reduced, so this is another area where you could gain vast positive results. It definitely helps you a great deal in what you want from life and the aspirations you aim for. It just takes a small little effort to begin with.

In order to incorporate music in to your real and perhaps busy life, try playing CDs in the care, or you could simply put on the radio while you are bathing or taking a shower. You can take probable music with you when you go out for a walk or you a walking your dog. Or else, even a better solution, you could put the stereo turned on instead of switching on your television. Anyways, now a days you do not generally find good televisions shows to watch at a good rate. Half the channels show gibberish so you might as well just listen to music over choosing to watch television.


Singing or even shouting can also be a good method of releasing your tension, and karaoke is very enjoyable for some extroverts we have near us! Calming music during bedtime always is a good option to promote your inner peace and relaxation and it also helps in inducing sleep. If you ask me, I, at regular intervals and without fail, try falling asleep while listening to my playlist and you could take my word, you will sleep way better in comparison to any other night where you slept without music.

Music has been used since the past hundreds of years for the treatment of various illnesses which can restore harmony between the mind and the body. As we know, the mind and the body share a unique relationship. Some say that the body acts upon the mind and the mind in turn acts upon the body and that they share a causal relationship which means that actions of the body cause the actions of the mind and again, considering the other way round, the actions of the mind also has the capability to cause actions of the body. Again, some say that the relation between the mind and the body is not a causal one and that the both do not act on each other as such. What actually happens that the for every physical action there is a corresponding mental action and, considering the other way round, for every mental action there is a corresponding physical action. It is as if both the mind and the body move in two parallel lines which never intersect each other. Both the series of actions are independent of each other. In the process of proving the mentioned hypothesis, we found that there was a bit of truth in both the theories. If the mind is calm, the body remains fine. Like for example, when the mind is frightened, our hands and legs begin to shiver, which again does not take place when the mind is at peace.