What is so calming about music?
Your own unique style, like you relate to the music you like so it calms you and relax's you.
The same way any kind of music could affect the brain. Angry music could grate down your patience and make you upset. Could. It's not always proven to do so. Calming music could, well, calm you. But to those who dislike it, it could annoy them quite a bit. Really depends on the person and the music.
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Yes because there was a test where 9 people with the same I.Q. were put un different rooms 3 rooms for each section the section were rock music calming music and no music and it was fond that calming music makes people work faster and get better scores. It depends. If youre doing something, and a certain song is playing, if you hear that song again, you might remember what you were doing. Like if…
Music has been found to "tame the savage beast" so why not lowering blood pressure or stress in general! Some individuals may prefer soft and calming music while others may find that heavy metal; rock; soft rock, etc., soothes them. The individual has to find what is the most soothing to them and then yes, music has scientifically been proven to lower blood pressure.
No music "makes" you smart some music might better tone your ears if you make an attempt to find what the notes are/ what rhythm they are playing. classical music, generally, is calming and may be helpful to listen to while studying or something and so indirectly helps your studying and makes you smarter through that but listening to it alone would just relax but not make you brain form more connections is other areas…
The style of music uses different instruments, such as the Sanxian (lute with 3 strings and no frets). Most Chinese music is quite calming. The scales are also different, in traditional western style music the scale has eight notes in eastern music it has only five notes causing it to sound quite different. cooldude
I assume you mean Mozart. Babies like music, we all know the soothing effect of a lullaby, in the same way music can have a calming or stimulating influence. Babies have been observed to be particularly responsive to the music of Mozart as it is light, happy and melodic. Compositions like 'A little Night Music' seem to be the most effective.
While opinions differ, research has shown music to be good for the body in a few ways. Mainly, calmer music has been shown to have a relaxing and therapeutic effect on the body, such as by calming a person or aiding in healing. At the same time, loud and aggressive music can affect the mind by heightening a person's emotions and aggression.