Do you have a favorite song? Do you remember what you were doing when you last listened to the song? The common known function ofmusicis that it can change people’s mood, an upbeat song gets people going, a sad song makes people cry , however music can do a lot more than that to our brains and bodies. Actually, listening to music can stimulate your brain, which make people recallmemoriesfrom long time ago and even change people’s body temperature. Also, music can enhance people’s athletic performance. Brain- Memory
Most often, when people listen to songs he/she is familiar with, it stimulates the hippocampus, the brain part that stores the long-term memory. This can easily explain why people can remember what they are doing when listening to his/her favorite music. For example, my brother always forgets to bring his goggles to hisswimmingpractice. The next time before he goes for practice, he can play the same music he was listening to when he was packing. Some emotions and feelings are deeply embedded in people’s memory when they are listening to a particular song.
Musical training has even better effect than Just listening to music. There is clear evidence that children who take music lessons develop a better memory compared with children who have no musical training at all. Physically – Body temperature Listening to music can also affects one’s body temperature. Simply imagine a creaking screen door, or fingernails scratching on a chalkboard, and how those noises give you Goosebumps or makes you shiver. All kinds of sounds and music can influence our body temperature by affecting blood circulation, pulse rate, breaths, nd even sweating.
When I was small, I used to listen to lullaby, they help me to fall asleep. In order to fall asleep, the body must lowers its temperature, so slow and soft music can lowers the body temperature while Loud music like rock and roll, with strong beats and rhythm can make our body temperature rise a few degrees Physically- Enhance athletic performance A lot of people wonder why athletes always wear their ‘pods and headphones before their games start. Many studies from ??? showed that music have a simulative effect on the brain and body of athletes.
This can easily explain why music doesn’t only make working out more pleasant, it also enhances our athletic performance. When listening to music, people are able to hold heavy weights for longer than when they’re standing in silence. They can also complete sprints in shorter time and are even able to reduce their oxygen uptake. So how can this be happening? It is all about distraction, when listening to music, people are more likely to torget now much your legs hurt or how much longer you’ve got to run before you cross the finish line.
Also, the synchronicity involved is very important. When your movement is matched with the steady musical pulse, you spend less time and effort on the inefficient slowing down and speeding up that happens when you’re going by your own rhythm. For others, the role of music is to block out any negative thoughts so that athletes can focus only on the race or match. Why are you interested in the topic? What’s your favorite music? What kind of music do you usually listen to? When you want to feel calm? Always have a story Makes me focus more when studying and motivated to do things