Music can provide great emotional benefits, and now science is starting to be able to measure these benefits. Not only does music boost mood by stimulating the brain to release endorphins and dopamine, but when experienced in a group, it can help to strengthen the bonds between members of the group. Music can help trigger previously lost memories, and may have remarkable impacts in particular on people with Alzheimer’s Disease. Listening to music while exercising can also improve your athletic performance by releasing endorphins.
- Music makes the social bond between people stronger and creates a sense of belonging.
- Music has been shown to help improve cognitive abilities in mathematical areas of learning.
- Music helps with physical healing, as it releases dopamine in the brain and relieves stress that hinders healing process
“The science of music is fascinating and can help us be more productive, enjoy music more and leverage the benefits of music in every area of our life.”