For sure, you have already learnt about the blissful effects Mozart’s music have on plants. Perhaps you even tried and it has been approved.
Now, you as a human being are different than plants in such, that you have not only nervous system but a beating heart and a brain producing serious cognitive activity. Let’s see what you gain if you switch from pop to classical music!
Smoothes your nerves
Let’s begin with your nerves. Today so much information drift in our everyday life. Messages, influences from various channels, instantly, and they demand instant reply. This continuous availability results in multitasking, whether you try to avoid or not. Listening to some smooth tune, for example the organ works of J. S. Bach, is equal to a wellness weekend for your nervous system.
2. Helps focusing
Speaking of multitasking, which is not supporting your improvement in any sense, finding your focus is essential. Some of us can work only in total silence, but there are other tasks which require high level concentration, such as cooking or composing an important mail. If you switch repetitive pop music to such classics as for instance George Handel’s masterpieces, you’ll be surprised how much advance you make in short time!
3. Best company for relaxation
Taking a bath and have no idea where to find some undisturbing tune? You definitely should put on W. A. Mozart! His playful tunes are never get too much, and warms your heart up from inside!
4. Make connection between people
Have you ever joined a classical music concert? For sure, other kinds of concerts connect the audience, because you dance for the same rhythm, move together, have the same experience. However, attending for example an organ concert, is not about moving together, you just sit tight. Yet, it means a higher level connection, because the force of classical music is so ancient, that evolutionary human beings connect together to the divine sound. Don’t believe? Give it a try!
5. Improves your brains functions
It is an understood fact, that art has blissful effect on your cognitive activity. It improves memory, deallocates such connections between neurotransmitters, otherwise could never been available. As your body needs workout, your mind too: if you wish for some more exciting activity than sudoku, join a concert, or put on Ferenc Liszt and let your brain do the rest.
6. Boosts creativity
Classical music as art is complex. Parts, tunes, instruments, rhythm are all in harmony, evokes different feelings and states of the mind. Whenever you listen to such music, your mind processing this complexity, and by that, creative energies flood you through. Especially if you attend a concert for example a such complex masterpiece as Verdi’s Requiem, and you can see how all the parts and instruments harmonized by the move of the conductor, this experience will work further in your brain for the good of your creativity!
7. Brings peace and love in your heart
Last but not least, cosy and intimate tunes of classical music cheer up your soul, warm up your heart, and bring joy to your life. Instead of sleeping pills, try to put on F. Schubert’s Ave Maria or any other piece you find peaceful, and see how balanced you get in no time!