Music is everywhere. When you're watching TV, most likely the TV show and commercials have background music. Turning on a radio, you can have nearly genre at the press of a button. Just walking down the street you can hear it; the blaring of a car stereo, the chirp of a bird, maybe even someone humming along to their favorite song.
Music is an important part of our lives; it's has so much cultural and historical background and significance. It can effect our emotions, from making us calm and relaxed to sad to happy and cheerful. And, it can even be beneficial to the learning process, school, and futures occupations for teens.
Our moods can be influenced by many things, like traffic, eating foods we like - and music. Have you ever wondered why an infant can be easily soothed by a lullaby? Music has more effects on your mind and body than you may be aware of. It can affect everything from your breathing to your heartbeat.
The brain is unable to process all of the available sensory information from second to second, and thus must selectively enhance what is relevant.Playing an instrument or even listen to music can help students retain information and be more successful in school
Music has been with us thought our long history, and will remain embedded in our cultural. It's a fine art used to express ourselves. It can move and influence our emotions in ways we don't even realize. There's a genre or type for everyone to listen to, to enjoy and improve your mood or study habits. Music is a universal language, an important part of our lives, and you can find it in the smallest things. It's everywhere.