Medical professionals increasingly recognize music as a treatment for mental and physical disabilities.
In a study presented at the American College of Cardiology's 2020 conference, listening to music for 30 minutes a day reduced pain and anxiety in patients who had survived heart attacks. The Mayo Clinic has found that music can reduce people's blood pressure and heart rate. As a result of its rhythmic and repetitive aspects, music engages our brain's neocortex, calming us and reducing our impulsive behaviour. Music is often used to match or alter our mood. Matching music to our mood can be beneficial, but it can also potentially keep us stuck in a depressive, angry or anxious state. Many people know that a good beat can get them moving and that a mellow instrumental tune can relax them or even help them fall asleep. If a baby is crying, many people will instinctively sing to soothe it.
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