I hope this "Brain Calming Music" will help you as much as it has helped me..ENJOY!! Many Blessings & Namaste ~ Yours in Health and Wellbeing Jeannette Andrea Jackson
Let go of Anxieties and Negative Thoughts with this Soothing, Smooth and Deep - Brain Calming Music. If you are feeling mentally drained or stressed out, Meditate and let this play in the background. You can also lie down and listen to this while you drift into Peaceful Sleep. The music has been designed using chakra healing frequencies as well as deep Delta Brain Waves, and hence it can help in restoring the Positive Energy Flow in and around you, Enhance Mood and calm the overall stress level..
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The benefits of music for the brain, mind, body and spirit..
It provides a total brain workout. Research has shown that listening to music can reduce anxiety, blood pressure, and pain as well as improve sleep quality, mood, mental alertness, and memory.
Listening to music can help you: Improve learning, memory, and cognition. Boost creativity. Protect your brain health.
A slower tempo can quiet your mind and relax your muscles, making you feel soothed while releasing the stress of the day. Music is effective for relaxation and stress management. Research confirms these personal experiences with music.
Studies have found that listening to music can help calm your nervous system and lower cortisol levels, both of which can help reduce stress. And the same goes for making music; research shows that creating can help release emotion, decrease anxiety and improve overall mental health.
If you're feeling anxious or stressed, calming music can help to settle your mind. Several studies have shown that when people undergoing surgery hear calming music, they have lower blood pressure and need less pain medication than those who don't listen to soothing music.
Research shows the benefits of music therapy for various mental health conditions, including depression, trauma, and schizophrenia (to name a few). Music acts as a medium for processing emotions, trauma, and grief—but music can also be utilized as a regulating or calming agent for anxiety or for dysregulation.
Listening to (or making) music increases blood flow to brain regions that generate and control emotions. The limbic system, which is involved in processing emotions and controlling memory, “lights” up when our ears perceive music.
Active music-making positively affects neurotransmitters, such as dopamine and serotonin, that influence mood. Dopamine influences focus, concentration, memory, sleep, mood and motivation. Likewise, serotonin impacts mood, sleep patterns, anxiety and pain.
Music is said to enhance intelligence and focus, improve mental health, and boost the immune system as well as self-esteem and confidence. It can be used to relax, to boost and lift our mood, or to improve concentration. Music can also be used to aid in insomnia, helping to encourage and induce a deeper sleep.
The researchers said that calming music may improve sleep by slowing your heart rate and breathing, and lowering your blood pressure. This, in turn helps lower your levels of stress and anxiety.
Clinical and experimental research in the literature has demonstrated the efficacy of music to promote relaxation, communication, creative self-expression, psychophysical activation, insight, and emotional processing.
Music activates the auditory cortex in the temporal lobes close to your ears, but that's just the beginning. The parts of the brain involved in emotion are not only activated during emotional music, they are also synchronized. Music also activates a variety of memory regions .If you're dealing with a mental health disorder, music therapy can help you with communication and expression, help you explore your thoughts and feelings, improve your mood and concentration and develop coping skills. For people with chronic pain music therapy can help decrease pain, anxiety, fatigue and depression.
Music has such a strong and immediate influence over our emotions, coupled with its ability to naturally increase neurochemicals—including endorphins—music is used as a form of therapy for anxiety.
Research suggests that music can stimulate the body's natural feel good chemicals (e.g. endorphins, oxytocin). It can help energise our mood and provide an outlet for us to take control of our feelings. Music can even help us work through problems in our lives.
Relaxing music can lower the production of cortisol, which lowers stress and in turn lowers elevated heart rates and blood pressure. Music also affects: the default mode network, active during daydreaming and mind-wandering, responsible for autobiographical information.
Research shows that music can have a beneficial effect on brain chemicals such as dopamine, which is linked to feelings of pleasure, and oxytocin, the so-called “love hormone.” And there is moderate evidence that music can help lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
Sound healing supports mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. It also heals on the mental and emotional levels. Sound healing helps reduce stress, anxiety and depression. It balances and clears the mind, and leads to a renewed sense of purpose, well-being, calm and happiness.