Why is music so important to us?

Music brings people together Music creates social cohesion, talks to everyone when words can fail and, wherever you go in the world, you understand each other. Music is a universal gift and its power to connect people is unquestionable. It's an art form with human interaction at its center. If I have to do business-related things, I'd like to put on some background music to focus a little better.

Music has been scientifically proven to improve brain function. In addition, listening to music in an environment with other people also ensures that you are not distracted by other people's noises. For me, as a producer, a good secondary thing is that it inspires me a lot to listen to music when I'm busy doing things. Music is a universal language that connects people from all over the world.

It has no boundaries or limits, so it's easy for us, with our differences, to find common ground. Emotions in music are problematic, since you can also ruin your state and, if you listen to a sad type of music, you even fall into a state of depression. This is why music was present everywhere in their society, and many philosophers (such as Pythagoras and Plato) studied music. Scientists have conducted extensive research on the therapeutic effects that music has on the brain and have found that listening to music can help with several emotional and physical problems and regulate mood.

Music is also used in surgeons' operating rooms, and studies show that music can improve your surgery. In nursing homes, they began to use music therapy to make the elderly remember things from their past, which they couldn't remember without listening to music. For example, look at important musical events where many people from all over the world gather to listen and dance to the rhythm of the music. Music encourages creativity in people; whether you're a musician, an artist, a dancer, or someone who has a different creative outlet, music can be truly inspirational.

Studies show that listening to music you like, even sad music, triggers the release of dopamine in the brain. Music can also help children develop their language skills, since music and words are made up of sounds combined differently. I don't think I'm the only one listening to music and I instantly have a vision in my head of an environment that fits that particular piece of music.

Allan Seeberger
Allan Seeberger

Incurable social media enthusiast. Travel aficionado. Friendly music aficionado. Freelance travel expert. Passionate burrito practitioner. Lifelong bacon ninja.

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