Category Music
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Music is the art of expressing emotions and ideas in the beautiful form of harmony, tones, melody, or rhythm. Everybody loves music of some kind, and you’ll always find music that is related to your current mood. You don’t always have to focus on the lyrics; even instrumental music can touch your soul and help you heal your mind!

According to research, music is linked to a wide variety of health benefits, such as decreasing stress levels and boosting the immune system. Music therapy is an underrated process that can improve your emotional and physical well-being.

Here are some of the ways that music can help you heal!

Reduce anxiety and stress


Listening to music with a slower tempo is great for putting people at ease and making them feel calmer, even during painful or highly stressful events. This can help prevent high blood pressure, increased heart rate, and anxiety.

Decrease pain


The right kind of music can contribute toward managing your pain. According to a study by The National Center for Biotechnology Information, a set number of patients undergoing spinal surgery listened to their preferred music for a few hours pre and post-surgery. When their pain levels were measured after the surgery, the group that listened to music had significantly less discomfort and pain than the one that didn’t.

The next time you need to see the doctor, make sure you listen to music on the way to the clinic!

Improved immunity


IgA (immunoglobulin A) is an essential antibody for your immune system. People who listen to more calming music experience a natural rise in immunoglobulin A compared to those who don’t. This makes soothing music a great tool for improving your overall health!

Since music is also good for decreasing anxiety, which is known for interfering with the immune system, it’s important to indulge in your favorite songs a couple of times a week to feel good.

Helps with exercise

Who doesn’t like listening to music while they work out? Music is great for helping you concentrate on your task while you exercise and keeps you from getting distracted. Upbeat music can help you increase your oxygen intake as you exercise. It’s a great way to get your blood pumping before you’ve even started moving your body!

Great music also makes you want to dance. Dancing is a great form of exercise that can help you keep your body fit!

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Looking for healing and transformative songs?


ChloeMorganhas got you covered! This festival DJ is available for shows, music festivals, and events throughout the US, Europe, Canada, and the UK. Her latest single is “Taking Me There,” which talks about the power of God’s love in helping people to transition into love and freedom. This beautiful song about transition is available on YouTube and Spotify!

Chloe is known for combining her vocals with other tracks to provide top-of-the-line music experiences for her audience.

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