LAUNCHINg march 20 2021
music combined with congruent visual stimulus can release mood enhancing chemicals in the brain which lead to intense positive emotional responses.
Recent studies have shown and proven that music has a number of positive effects on the human brain, where it activates both the left and right sides simultaneously. This activates both hemispheres and can maximise cognitive performance, learning and improve our memory.
Sound therapies and music have been a popular choice for relaxation and restoring one's health. For centuries, indigenous cultures harnessed the immersive power of music to enhance well-being and improve a host of health conditions.
Music is so powerful on the human body that it can actually help to ease pain. Studies have show how music has a powerful effect of reducing the perceived intensity of pain, as it helps in reducing the stress-response of brain receptors.
Music has been shown to reduce cortisol and the detrimental effects of stressors. Research has also found the benefits for surgery where music has helped to lower a patient’s cortisol levels during an operation.
Serotonin is a chemical that has a wide variety of functions in the human body. It is commonly referred to as the happy chemical, because it contributes to wellbeing and happiness.
Dopamine is a neurotransmitter in the brain. It is released in response to a rewarding human activity and emotional response and is linked to reinforcement and motivation.
Music therapy, or just listening to music can be good for the heart. Studies have shown that certain types of music has shown to improve the cardio vascular system such as lowered blood pressure, increased blood flow, reduced heart rates and lowers feelings of anxiety.
Cultural evolution has shown that music played an important role in inducing altered states of consciousness and brain chemistry which lead to the interaction of cultural evolution and behaviour. In other words music has shown overtime to break social barriers and bring together people from diverse social systems.
There are many more benefits listening to music has on our overall health, from helping people with Alzheimer's, undergoing surgery, exercise better, eat less, verbal intelligence, sleep better, raises IQ and keeps your brain healthy. There is still much to learn and discover about the power of sound and music on human performance and potential.
INCREASE IMMUNE RESPONSE | Source: Randomized clinical trial examining the effect of music therapy in stress response to day surgery
RELEASES SEROTONIN | Source: Auditory Stimulation by Exposure to Melodic Music Increases Dopamine and Serotonin
This same frequency and energy has been proven to heal many conditions and even life people out of metal illnesses.
We will keep you updated on progress and send occasional documentary evidence on the new emerging power and potential of music and visual stimulus that can transform your health and life.
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