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3 Healthy reasons to listen to classical music


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Maybe you have hundreds of songs on your mobile device from genres like pop, rock, ballads or salsa, but you should consider adding new files, this time classical music.

The genre has been heard for centuries, with great composers such as Mozart or Beethoven. They were in charge of experimenting with multiple sounds, which resulted in transcendental works that remain to this day.

Without their contributions and those of Chopin or Stravinsky, for example, the various current styles would not exist, such as rock, heavy metal or any other genre that is heard on the radio.

Starting to listen to classical music is like learning a new language; Difficulties may arise at first, but then your pulse is taken for your enjoyment. As if that were not enough, when reproducing it, effects are generated in the organism that can be very useful. Here are 3 healthy reasons why you should add classical music to your playlist:

1. Fight insomnia

Millions of people around the world experience trouble sleeping. Listening to classical music generates relaxing sensations that encourage sleep and, therefore, sleep well.

Some specialists from the University of Toronto affirm that the patterns of classical music are able to induce a state of deep relaxation. There are also doctors who recommend pregnant women to listen to this genre during the gestation period.

2. Improves academic performance

Enjoying classical music regularly can strengthen various areas of the brain, which will improve its functions. In fact, students with a musical background have been shown to score better on their exams.

The genre encourages the person to be more attentive to the details of musical pieces, thus developing a unique ability to capture sounds, images or any situation that arises in daily life.

3. Facilitates the recovery of the patient

There is scientific research that confirms that music has the ability to reduce anxiety, pain and discomfort caused by diseases.

By having an influence on the nervous system, the immune system is strengthened, which will produce a faster and more effective recovery.

Tiffany Cleyton
Tiffany Cleyton is a The Advertiser Mirror correspondent who covers food, politics, business, trend, lifestyle, fashion, entertainment and worldwide news. Tiff is a talented girl of 21 years old who is fascinating with journalist work and music, also she loves to produce documentaries.

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