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♪ Composer: Spiritual Sense
♪ Original track title: Soft Relaxing Compilation VOL.2
Tracklist Soft Relaxing Compilation VOL2:
[00:00] 1. Spiritual Sense – Jungle Song
[05:10] 2. Spiritual Sense – SURI
[10:24] 3. Spiritual Sense – Sunset Guitar
[14:11] 4. Spiritual Sense – Pian & Cello Story
[18:16] 5. Spiritual Sense – Sleep Beauty
[24:31] 6. Spiritual Sense – Silent Waves
The benefits of relaxing music
Every three months, the APA (American Psychological Association) publishes a musicology journal with studies on the topic. Many experiments, research studies, and theoretical work has proven things that we had already intuited: music, especially relaxing music, has great cognitive, emotional and neurobiological benefits.
Let’s look at some of these positive characteristics:
★ 1. It reduces stress
If we search “relaxing music”, we’ll get thousands of results. However, does relaxing music actually relieve stress? The answer is yes. In fact, a few years ago, scientists from Mindlab, which specializes in neuroscience experiments, came to an interesting conclusion.
They said the song “Weightless” is the most effective at calming heart rate, respiration and brain activity. “Weightless” is a song by the British band Marconi Union.
★ 2. The sounds of nature improve our concentration
The sound of rain rattling on a window, a flowing river, the tireless crashing of the ocean against a reef, a whale’s song… The sounds of nature have a certain cathartic effect in our body. It is like we go back to where we came from. It focuses us and liberates us at the same time.
Recently the BirdLife Focus Natura project actually showed that relaxing music with nature and animal sounds improves concentration and performance in children with ADHD.
★ 3. It reduces a person’s perception of pain
Listening to relaxing music after surgery improves patient recovery. It also makes this critical time a bit more pleasant and less stressful. It’s a remarkable finding, but an article in Psychology Today explains that relaxing music lessens a person’s sensation of pain, produces endorphins, and even strengthens our immune system.
★ 4. It helps us sleep better at night
We’ve all done it before. We lie down in bed, turn off the lights and immerse ourselves into the peaceful, warm, wonderful world of music. Listening to relaxing music through headphones at night helps us sleep better. It helps us release our worries and those exhausting thoughts that often feed anxiety.
★ 5. It improves brain functioning
Our brain is passionate about music. We know, for example, that playing an instrument starting early on helps our brain develop and even improves mathematical performance. Relaxing music is almost like a vitamin for our neurons.
It puts us in an optimal mental state for reasoning and tasks involving our spatial–temporal abilities. At the same time the connection between our two brain hemispheres improves, fostering faster communication between neurons.
★ 6. Your heart also appreciates relaxing music
We talked before about the benefits of listening to relaxing music after surgery. One reason is that it is good for our heart. It lowers our blood pressure and heart rate. Our heartbeat becomes more regular and rhythmic, we have fewer arrhythmias, and we feel calmer.
★ 7. More serotonin and endorphin
Two hormones we really like are endorphins and serotonin. They also act as neurotransmitters. Although each of us has our own musical tastes, and sometimes we’re in the mood for more energetic songs, we can’t ignore the benefits that relaxing music has on the brain.
Melodic harmonies, perfect frequencies, and nature sounds trigger the release of serotonin and endorphin. So find some time in your day to give yourself a dose of musical happiness.
8. It helps us eat more attentively
This one may surprise you. Something as simple as listening to relaxing music while we eat can help us eat in a more conscious, balanced and healthy way. It has a lot to do with mindfulness. It helps us eat more slowly and thus recognize sooner when we’re full. We taste food more intensely and savor the sensations of eating.
9. It will help you meditate
Learning to meditate is not easy, especially if your life is nonstop busy. Sometimes when we try to find some relaxation by meditating, it doesn’t work. One thing that can help is relaxing music. Just find a quiet space, put on some comfortable clothes and some headphones, and let yourself go…
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