Report Study shows that listening to music everyday improves mental health

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  1. tom_mai78101

    tom_mai78101 The Helper Connoisseur / Ex-MineCraft Host Staff Member

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    Your mental health is arguably one of the most important parts of your wellbeing. Listening to your favourite music is sometimes the best way to get through life’s trials and tribulations.

    It turns out that listening to music everyday helps to build a healthier lifestyle. It also helps to improve a person’s wellbeing.

    The British Academy Of Sound Therapy conducted a study of 7,500 people and the way they listen to and enjoy music. The study says that listening to 78 minutes of music per day greatly increases people’s mental and physical wellbeing.

    According to the study, a person’s daily listening habits should be reflected in specified moods:

    • 16 mins of ‘calming’ music
    • 14 mins of ‘uplifting’ music
    • 15 mins of ‘motivating’ music
    • 16 mins of whatever helps to overcome sadness
    • 17 mins of whatever helps to deal with anger

    Read more here. (HappyMag TV)
     
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  2. Slapshot136

    Slapshot136 Divide et impera

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    Does anyone have playlist suggestions for each category?
     
  3. AceHart

    AceHart Your Friendly Neighborhood Admin

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    My one-size-fits-most for all categories above would be to youtube "two steps from hell 1 hour" (or longer)


    That said, that study can't have all that deep a value, given how some stuff that some people consider calming, has me up the walls, or the other way around :p
    Or, dunno, what happens if you exceed those 14 minutes of uplifting? ...
     

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