Mozart music can calm your emotions
Music masters like Mozart also have Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, etc., but why do people focus on Mozart’s music?
In fact, there is a mystery in it.
John Hughes, a neurologist at the University of Illinois who specializes in seizures, has tested Mozart’s “Piano Sonata in D Major” for his patients, and he was surprised to find that 29 of 36 patientsHuman symptoms are relieved.
In fact, Hughes also experimented with other classical music, but it turned out that only Mozart’s music had a sustained, obvious effect on his patients.
The key to the problem, Hughes believes, is how often Mozart’s music repeats.
Hughes said: “His music is relatively simple, he always makes certain melody repeat many times, and has a pattern that our brain prefers.
“This may be the mystery of the magical effects of Mozart’s music.
Now, psychologists say that music therapy does have a significant effect on healing patients’ emotions, reducing stress and eliminating anxiety.
So what should you pay attention to when performing music therapy?
First, choose music based on your career.
People who work in vocal stocks and securities companies should choose light music without lyrics; people who work on the floor of loud workers or in machinery-noisy factories should listen to the majestic classical symphony;Those who work part-time in an office or a shop should listen to relaxed pop music.
In fact, when the mood is different, the music chosen is different.
When the mental state is not good and the mood is low, choose more lively music to listen to; when your mood is irritated or hostile, choose more relaxed music to listen to.