Music is everywhere and all we need to do is to listen! This is something I learned from the movie August Rush. I can confidently say that I am a certified music lover. I wouldn’t mind listening to a music the whole day than spending my time watching tv or playing games. I am not an enthusiast or someone who can criticize music but i know what I love and I love what I hear. I actually came across an article before stating some wonderful benefits we could gain by listening to a music. Listed below are the following benefits:
Keeps You In the Mood
Listening to a nice music especially the up beat ones will always keep you on the mood. It makes you groove and surprisingly it even enhances your productivity without you knowing it. You may not realize it at first but things can be done much faster if there’s a music around.
It Boosts Your Immune System
Yes, you might find it impossible but listening to music will definitely boost your immune system. The music will keep you away from being so stress and make you forget your problem while listening to it which could be very useful to recover much faster.
It Recalls Memories
I remember my grandma who used to listen in an old radio station that plays a bunch of old songs simultaneously. She used to sing with most of it too and then she’ll start telling us some stories from the past. It is really fascinating that in every stage of our life, it comes up with a music that whenever we listen to it, we will always remember those special moments we had in our life.
It Improves Your Music Skills.
Whether you are a singer or someone who plays an instrument, listening to a wide range of music will definitely increase your skills. You can learn some techniques and more. If you are a fast learner, then you can easily pick up some important details about music and apply it to whatever instruments you play including guitar, piano, keyboard or even some music-related items like the korg nanokontrol for an instance.
As you can see, music really helps us in so many possible ways! How about you, how did music helped you?