The role of music in life and mental health

The effects of music on the body


Many studies have proven the effect of music on improving the symptoms of the disease and increasing the speed of recovery during recovery, and today music therapy is one of the most important methods of complementary medicine. Music has a positive effect in treating blood pressure, brain injuries, epilepsy and migraines and can reduce pain.

You must have heard the name of music therapy. Music therapy is one of the branches of alternative medicine that tries to cure human diseases by using music. It is interesting to know that this type of treatment has a long history and even the doctors of ancient Iran had realized the effects of music on humans. Modern scientific research has also proven the positive effect of music in the treatment of human diseases and illnesses.


The effect of music on pain


An article in the English-language journal Advanced Nursing reports that listening to soothing, classical music like mene gel mp3 can reduce chronic pain by up to 21 percent, such as arthritis, lumbar disc herniation and rheumatoid arthritis, and depression by up to 25 percent. Today, music therapy is used in most hospitals to reduce the need for medication during labor and to reduce postoperative pain. There are various theories as to why music has an effect on reducing pain, including:


Music can cause a sudden and unexpected change in a person's emotions.

Music instills a sense of control in the patient.

Music causes the body to release endorphins to overcome pain.

Music such as ashegham karde creates a feeling of liberation and relaxation by slowing down breathing and heart rate.


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The effect of music on blood pressure and heart


A study reported by the American Society of Hypertension found that just 30 minutes of listening to classical, Celtic or raga music a day could significantly lower blood pressure.


In another study by British and Italian researchers, six styles of music, including classical and rap pieces, were played with two-minute breaks for young men and women, half of whom were trained in music. Participants were studied for listening rate, heart rate and blood pressure while listening. With live music, their breathing rate and heart rate were faster, and with slow music, their heart rate and respiration rate slowed down. In the pause between the two pieces, the breathing rate and heart rate were normal or close to the level of the chest. Here it turned out that the style of music has no effect, but the tempo and speed of music that has the greatest impact on relaxation.


Music and brainstorming


In a Finnish study, patients with traumatic brain injury who listened to music for several hours a day had significantly improved verbal memory and attention span than those who did not. In fact, listening to music after a stroke accelerates the process of behavioral improvement and improves fine-grained neuroanatomical neurological changes in the brain. Research also shows that music helps treat unilateral neglect.


Music and migraines


In people with migraines, listening to music such as pedram paliz taghvim shamsi reduces the severity, frequency, and duration of headaches.


The effect of music on the immune system


Another effect of music like bu aksam olurum on humans is to strengthen the immune system. Scientists say that music can create a positive emotional experience that increases the level of secretion of hormones that strengthen the immune system. Singing or listening to music lowers cortisol (stress-related) secretion levels. High levels of cortisol can severely reduce the ability of the immune system.


The effect of music on epilepsy


A recent study in 2014 found that listening to Mozart's 448 (Sonata for two pianos in step D) reduced the recurrence of epileptic seizures in children with epilepsy. The antiepileptic effect of Mozart's sonata has already been proven by Thai scientists.


Music and labor pains


Another amazing effect of music on humans is that if you use music therapy during childbirth, anxiety and pain after birth will be reduced and the possibility of postpartum depression will be reduced.