If You Feel Goosebumps While Listening To Music, Your Brain Works Like This

February 26, 2018 lilit 0 Comments

We all know that feeling when we listen to music and our hair on body starts to tingle. Experiencing goosebumps while listening to a song is amazing sensation. Some Harvard student have done some research on these people who experience this sensation.
The research was done featured 20 students, of which 10 felt something while listening to music and 10 didn’t. They scanned brains of those people during experiment.

Students who managed to make an emotional connection to the music they were listening to actually have a different brain structure than the students who did not.
If you get chills from music, you’re more likely to have deeper and stronger emotions.

It’s most likely that the sensation is linked to a memory that is linked to a certain song.

“Depression causes an inability to experience pleasure of everyday things. You could use music with a therapist to explore feelings.”

To find out more about effects of music, keep on reading.

Music is natural cure for stress and anxiety.

Like when you are driving and if u are in a traffic jam or some bad driver pissed you off, put some music on and let the magic happen.

Music can give you energy when you most need it.

If you put some music on, you may trick your body that it has more energy than usual.

If you have issues with heartbeats or high blood pressure, music can actually help you calm your heart down and normalize it.

A study conducted in 2009 showed that listening to different kinds of music can help you control your blood pressure.

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