It’s been proven that music, when exercising, makes you improve your skills and your stamina in a very high percentage. It makes you lift heavier weights in case that’s what you do, it makes you run longer and faster in case you are a runner. You get the point, but there’s another side of music, or better said, another side of its magic and what it can do to our brains, to our bodies, our feelings. This was how meditation music for anxiety relief was discovered. Listening to a meditation music like that of nature’s is like a sedative. In fact, the sound of cascading water can calm anxious patients.
The use of meditation music for anxiety relief s a method of escaping. But escaping from what? The answer really is: escaping from anything. And of course, it’s also a method use to heal. Music has helped patients with Parkinson’s disease recover their movements, music can put a smile on those who don’t remember because of Alzheimer disease and music can relieve bad feelings like anxiety.
Anxiety. Yes, it can. Don’t believe it? Try it by yourself. Still don’t believe it? Don’t close your eyes, instead look at the sky. Let me get into that…
The thing is, it doesn’t have to be any song, or just a relaxing song, or a “chill mood” song. No. music has gone so deep into science that there are songs created and specifically designed by dedicated and professional musicians that study how to heal people with music, that there are songs for treating anxiety, depression and more. But it has to be one of these songs; a designed song, a composition for this purpose.
It will contain the right notes, the right “colors”, the right arrangements and chords to stimulate what your brain and your body needs for relief.
The bottom line is music can’t be explained by words, so you will have to trust this and try it. Go on your favorite digital music platform, find the correct playlist, if you don’t have one, go on and search on the web for these songs, and don’t listen to them inside your room with your eyes shut, or even inside your house, instead, look at the sky.