10 Benefits of Listening to Classical Music

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Here are the top 10 benefits of listening to classical music. You should give it a try if you haven't already :)

1. Decreases blood pressure

Want to keep your heart healthy? According to an Oxford University study, listening to classical music can help reduce one’s blood pressure.

In the study, researchers played participants different styles of music, including rap, pop, techno, and classical.

Classical music was effective at lowering participant’s blood pressure, while rap, pop, and techno actually raised blood pressure.

2. Boosts memory
Did you know that listening to Mozart can actually help improve your memory? According to a study, people who listened to Mozart’s music showed an increase in brain wave activity that’s linked directly to memory.

So next time you have to memorize a big speech or presentation, put on some Mozart while you practice.

3. Sparks creativity
To get your creative juices flowing, listen to some classical music. While listening to classical music won’t instantly make you creative, it will help put into a more creative mindset.

Next time you need to brainstorm, try listening to some Mozart or Bach to get your mind thinking outside the box.

4. Reduces stress levels
If you’re feeling particularly stressed, listen to some classical tunes. A study found that pregnant women who listened to classical music were less likely to feel stressed throughout their pregnancy.

Scientists claim that classical music’s tempo is similar to the human heart, which eases both anxiety and depression.

5. Supercharges brainpower
Do you have a big test or project coming up? Boost your brainpower by listening to some classical music.

In a study, French researchers found that students who listened to a lecture in which classical music was played in the background scored better on a test compared to other students.

6. Fights depression
When you’re feeling down in the dumps, ditch the donuts and opt for some classical music instead.

Several studies have proven that classical music helps relieve depression and melancholy.

In fact, a study from Mexico discovered that listening to classical music can help ease symptoms of depression.

7. Puts you to sleep
Do you toss and turn for hours before finally falling asleep? Rather than squeeze in another episode of Games of Thrones or New Girl, listen to classical music.

According to a study of people with sleep issues, listening to classical music for just 45 minutes prior to bed can help improve sleep quality.

8. Relieves pain
Instead of reaching for another Tylenol, you might want to consider playing a Bach or Beethoven playlist. Multiple studies have shown that listening to classical music can help relieve pain.

According to researchers in London, patients listening to classical music used significantly less pain medication.

9. Makes you happy
Want to get out of that bad mood you’re in? Listening to classical music can help increase dopamine secretion, which activates the brain’s reward and pleasure center.

In fact, a 2013 study found that music can help put people in a better mood.

10. Improves productivity
It’s a Monday morning and you can’t seem to get it together. To help boost productivity, listen to some classical music.

A series of studies have proven that music makes repetitive tasks more enjoyable.

A study performed by researchers at the University of Maryland found that Baroque classical music in the reading room can help improve radiologists’ efficiency and accuracy.
 

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Hey great man!!
Really a best fact to me,I am a classical music lover but I don't know about some of these facts.
 

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Hey great man!!
Really a best fact to me,I am a classical music lover but I don't know about some of these facts.
Thanks, glad you enjoyed it. I was browsing around to do a bit of research on classical music and that popped up. It has a lot of great facts.
 

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I had read in one magazine where a psychologist said that classical music is best to be used in recovery rooms of hospitals for the soothing melody creates an atmosphere for ultimate relaxation. I have been to one spa that specializes in the so called aromatherapy. The cubicle where the massage mat is placed has an electronic atomizer for the scent while the pipe-in music is classical. I guess that is one good example for this thread.
 

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When I listen to classical musics in the middle of the night. All my anger and rage are gone. Also my high blood removed. Then I slept peacefully.
 

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Back when I was in college, there was a study about using classical music to calm down birthing mothers and the results was that 90% of them had positive results. I myself love classical music and listen to it whenever I'm studying because it makes me more focused and has made me absorb the information better and easier than listening to pop . I may be biased to say this, but for me, classical music is the authentic and the real definition of what music is supposed to be.
 

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When I listen to classical musics in the middle of the night. All my anger and rage are gone. Also my high blood removed. Then I slept peacefully.
That is indeed great that classical music has so much positive effect on you.Having a high blood pressure is obviously very dangerous and having it lowered down by music is great. Maybe I could recommend it to my parents.
 

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Here are the top 10 benefits of listening to classical music. You should give it a try if you haven't already :)

1. Decreases blood pressure

Want to keep your heart healthy? According to an Oxford University study, listening to classical music can help reduce one’s blood pressure.

In the study, researchers played participants different styles of music, including rap, pop, techno, and classical.

Classical music was effective at lowering participant’s blood pressure, while rap, pop, and techno actually raised blood pressure.

2. Boosts memory
Did you know that listening to Mozart can actually help improve your memory? According to a study, people who listened to Mozart’s music showed an increase in brain wave activity that’s linked directly to memory.

So next time you have to memorize a big speech or presentation, put on some Mozart while you practice.

3. Sparks creativity
To get your creative juices flowing, listen to some classical music. While listening to classical music won’t instantly make you creative, it will help put into a more creative mindset.

Next time you need to brainstorm, try listening to some Mozart or Bach to get your mind thinking outside the box.

4. Reduces stress levels
If you’re feeling particularly stressed, listen to some classical tunes. A study found that pregnant women who listened to classical music were less likely to feel stressed throughout their pregnancy.

Scientists claim that classical music’s tempo is similar to the human heart, which eases both anxiety and depression.

5. Supercharges brainpower
Do you have a big test or project coming up? Boost your brainpower by listening to some classical music.

In a study, French researchers found that students who listened to a lecture in which classical music was played in the background scored better on a test compared to other students.

6. Fights depression
When you’re feeling down in the dumps, ditch the donuts and opt for some classical music instead.

Several studies have proven that classical music helps relieve depression and melancholy.

In fact, a study from Mexico discovered that listening to classical music can help ease symptoms of depression.

7. Puts you to sleep
Do you toss and turn for hours before finally falling asleep? Rather than squeeze in another episode of Games of Thrones or New Girl, listen to classical music.

According to a study of people with sleep issues, listening to classical music for just 45 minutes prior to bed can help improve sleep quality.

8. Relieves pain
Instead of reaching for another Tylenol, you might want to consider playing a Bach or Beethoven playlist. Multiple studies have shown that listening to classical music can help relieve pain.

According to researchers in London, patients listening to classical music used significantly less pain medication.

9. Makes you happy
Want to get out of that bad mood you’re in? Listening to classical music can help increase dopamine secretion, which activates the brain’s reward and pleasure center.

In fact, a 2013 study found that music can help put people in a better mood.

10. Improves productivity
It’s a Monday morning and you can’t seem to get it together. To help boost productivity, listen to some classical music.

A series of studies have proven that music makes repetitive tasks more enjoyable.

A study performed by researchers at the University of Maryland found that Baroque classical music in the reading room can help improve radiologists’ efficiency and accuracy.
I totally agree with the list you have here. Not only have I proved this myself, but also because I read about them on studies conducted in universities, and some doctors I have dealt with encourage this for our patients too. Physicians would usually order this for patients on Chronic Pain.
 

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10 benefits classical Musical

1.) Boost mental labor
When listening to classical music, there are certain neurons in the brain that processes better when the presence of classical music is playing
2.) Memory Enhancer
I personally have a case of forgetfulness when pressure comes in my everyday life. It helps me remember my task to finish them on time
3.) Relieves Pain
Study shows that classical music can relieve head pain, according to researchers in London they have proved this as well
4.) Fights Depression
Several study shows that this type of music eases depression and melancholy
5.) Empowers Creativity
When Mozart started creating his music, he did this by listening to another classical music
6.) Reduces Stress
This enables a person to relax and lay back
7.) Makes people productive
Series of studies show that it makes work loads more fun
8.) Brings out Fanciness
Admit it, we stop and do the waltz for a second or even mimic a violin solo when listening to classical music
9.) Strengthens Conviction
You would want the job done with classical music right?
10.) Relaxes the mind
Certain classical music i listen to, like Mozart makes my brain to relax and just be empty. Depending on the type of classical music you want.

All of this are proven and experienced for
 

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Even before I'm certified classical music lover. Just like others, I do believe that listening to classical music benefits alot in our body and system. Relaxation would be the number one for me. After a day of stress, I feel relief through listening to music. It's proven that it fights depression. Makes people productive in such a way that people has been inspired through the power of music that leads to empowering creativity and bring outs fantasy. This are the main factors I personally love about listening to classical music.
 

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Classical music has lots of positive beneficial effects on the mind and soul. For me classical music helps me to reduce anxiety. Sometimes feel discouraged and see as life has no meaning but when I listen to classics, it brings back my moods and makes me feel whole again e.g Power of a dream by Celine Dion helps one to harness the potential within.
 
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