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You and I look for a song that would make us shake our heads, what do you think of this one? Bell suggested this song of the day, if you like it, say it!
Songs bring you to a certain mood, you don’t know how this happens, do you? It’s something that is inside your brain.
Every one is different, of course. However, sometimes there is a common agreement among listeners on certain music or songs that they find not only entertaining but also genuine. For sure it happened to you; at least one time in your life you liked a song without knowing the exact reason behind that like, right?
Music improves brain health and function in many ways. It makes you smarter, happier and more productive at any age. Listening is good, playing is even better.
Researchers told us that listening to music improves your mood and productivity. It helps heal your sad emotions and makes you happier. It makes the brain produce a certain chemicals that help you to conform to what you experience in life. If it’s a happy one, you’d enjoy it more, if it’s a sad one, songs would lead you through to cope with your emotions.
When you think about it, you’d find that songs and music are everywhere we go. At work, you’ll find the central songs’ channel your employer use. At home, your son or daughter will run their own favorite songs. At your shopping stores, each one of them has developed the kind of songs that would help you as a customer to take the purchase decisions.
Anywhere you go, you’d find a list of songs that run 24/7 in clinics, hospitals, banks, businesses, restaurants, or any other professional offices. Songs can communicate with your clients. I remember that one of the car dealers used to play classic music and that it was greatly admired by its clients.
You have your favorite songs which reminds you of specific events in your life. It’s absolutely right that your list of favorite songs is completely different from another person’s.
Some songs may bring back to you memories of an unpleasant occurrence. It all depends how your mind stored that song the first time you heard it.