Music and the Brain [Effects of Music on the Brain] - Thrive Global
Music provides the foundation for social activities that help to connect people. This is especially true if they share similar tastes in music.
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Our brains respond differently to happy or sad music.
One study revealed that participants interpreted a neutral expression as happy or sad to match the tone of the music they heard.
A moderate noise level is ideal to improve our creativity. It increases the processing difficulty which stimulates abstract processing, leading to higher creativity.
High noise levels impair our creative thinking because we feel overwhelmed and struggle to process information properly.
Different genres correspond to our personality. For instance:
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Music is processed in different ways:
Some studies show that music can help improve movement in patients who have Parkinson’s disease, or people who have lost mobility or battle with language due to a stroke.
In one study, in particular, Alzheimer’s patients seem to maintain the ability to recognize music.
Listening to music engages a huge network throughout the brain because music has so many components to it. It keeps your brain fit and healthy.
Music is also very therapeutic. It can lift your mood and help you to relax.