Music Cures

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Music Cures Music has been a big part of my life. I’ve grown up listening to all types of music from, “80’s and 90’s music” all the way till today’s hit songs. I believe that music has the power to change people and bring them closer together. I’ve always been very passionate about all different types of music, but never understood why music to me sounds so good and why I love different genres. Music has a big part in today’s culture because it can make people happy and take away stress. When I’m watching a movie and someone in the movie has accomplished something great I always notice the music in the background, how inspiring it is and it makes me want to do something great. Last year around the middle of March an event called Round Up was taking place around west campus in Austin. I was walking with one of my best friends and he told me, “Just imagine if every corner we walked around there was some sort of happy music playing.” I would imagine the world would be a much happier place. I noticed everyone around me singing and dancing. I had no idea who these people were. I wasn’t sure exactly why these people were happy, but I know for a fact that if the music was turned off the level of excitement and enthusiasm would down. This shows how music has such an important impact on our society and more importantly on the individual. When music goes into our ears, it touches us emotionally and if it is the right type of music it will be bring happiness.

A lot of the time people stress about school or family issues. Music is a huge help by relieving stress and relaxing the mind. Music can help the body fall asleep much faster and much deeper. Studies have shown that listening to music while studying can lead to better results, because the mind is in a relaxed state when this occurs. This allows the student to concentrate better. When I study or when I’m reading…...

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