December 5, 2017
Find Out How Listening To Your Favorite Songs Can Improve Your Mental Health
Think back to a time when you were struggling. Maybe it was just a bad day, maybe it was something bigger. Think about what you did to calm yourself down and get a hold on what was happening. Did you listen to music? Research has shown that listening to music during stressful times can have a calming effect. When you put your headphones in or turn up your speaker, you are actually improving your mental... Read More
August 3, 2017
Find Out More About The Body’s Response To Music During Exercise
When you’re working out, it is common practice to put in headphones, listen to music, and ignore everything else going on around you. We don’t think about it much now, but when did this start? Who said that listening to music could make exercising more fun?
Studies date back to 1911, when Leonard Ayres discovered that a group of cyclists pedaled faster when a band was playing, rather than when they were not playing. Since then,... Read More
July 7, 2017
This Is The Song Neuroscientists Believe Is The Most Relaxing.
Life can be very stressful sometimes. Whether you are worried about your next exam, the new deadline your boss gave you, or a family member being sick, you have a lot on your plate. While there are many techniques to lower your levels of stress, this tip might be the easiest.
Music can be the greatest help during times of stress. From listening to it, dancing to it, and even creating it, music can be very therapeutic and comforting... Read More
July 8, 2015
MUSIC CAN SOOTH, MOTIVATE, AND EXPRESS.
Listening to music can be a good way to pass time, but have you ever noticed the feeling you get from your music? Well, it has been shown that music can help improve your overall mental wellbeing.
At the gym you find your music up beat and fast paced to get you through your workout. Besides getting through your work out, music can help you through many mental challenges.
Music has been known to reduce stress and improve mental cognition.
Try putting on... Read More
December 9, 2014
Many adults in the work place get busy in their routine and forget to take a moment to de-stress each day. In theory, working through a lunch break or eating at a desk would save time and be more efficient. In reality, this isn’t improving your work ethic and may even slow you down if you don’t take any time for yourself. Utilizing your lunch break to eat, clear your mind, and step away from the work tasks will allow your body to reenergize and be more productive for the rest of the day. Better... Read More