Stress In Your Relationship? Tune In To Music

Stress In Your Relationship? Tune In To Music

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Whether we like or not, there will come a time in our relationship when we’ll experience tons of stressful situations. Sometimes, we won’t even have time to figure out solutions in an instant because our anxiety will probably take over our mental state. In some cases, we only want to relax and forget about everything that flares up our emotional and psychological state. Good thing there’s music because we can always consider it as our sweet escape.

 

Music Therapy

One of the most comfortable and convenient types of therapy that people tend to use almost every day is music therapy. It has a therapeutic effect that helps in improving the psychological, physical, and emotional functions of the brain. In some fortunate events, it helps in addressing a person’s confused mindset as well as enhancing his human capabilities. It also helps in re-aligning cognitive, emotional, and social issues that people often have difficulties addressing.

“Many people listen to music because they identify with the song’s words and the strong emotions felt. Often people describe that listening to music has a therapeutic effect that impacts their overall mood.” –Abigail Saneholtz, Psy.D

 

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Music And The Mind

Music adds a fundamental aspect of human life. It creates a connection between our mind and body that keeps us healthy in so many ways. It reduces stress level and supports the proper function of our brain and keeps us away from mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression. It improves our psychological strength so we can properly work on our positive aspects such as problem-solving and decision-making. Also, music can give us a total brain workout where we can get a quality of sleep, mental alertness, memory, and mood. Also, it helps in the recovery progression of those people who are experiencing mental or psychological relapses.

 

Music And The Soul

Music allows us to feel an emotional rejuvenation. With the right tune and category from a wide selection, it can positively change our moods. It gives us a relaxing effect that transforms our feelings into something happy and assertive. With our engaging emotions, we tend to become more aware of our feelings and create neutral connections to other people as well. It contributes to our self-expression and self-confidence that we can use in a day-to-day encounter because it lets us develop a constructive emotional strength that stimulates active retention and appreciation to life.

 

Music And The Body

We might be surprised at how good we may feel whenever we try to listen to our favorite music. It doesn’t only enhance our emotional and psychological strength but also supports our physical capabilities as well. It somehow contributes to the organization of our nerve cells that is very much useful in maintaining a functioning heart rate. It stimulates the brain by allowing the body to send out endorphins that reduce body pain and certain chronic illnesses. Aside from that, music can give us normal moving genes that can help us in faster recovery.

“While music has long been recognized as an effective form of therapy to provide an outlet for emotions, the notion of using song, sound frequencies and rhythm to treat physical ailments is a relatively new domain.” –Daniel J. Levitin, PhD

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“Therapy doesn’t have to be talk-based; there are some modalities, like music therapy.” Hannah Goodman, LMHC said. There’s no wonder music is always a good choice of therapy. It’s convenient, enjoyable, and effective. So next time you feel like there’s a weight on your shoulder, listen to some of Beyonce’s relationship-related music. You’ll not only end up smiling but also singing your heart out as well.

But if the music does not work for you, remember that there are counseling apps, like BetterHelp, for you. You might also want to connect with others who are going through the same thing, through social media sites.