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Music Cures: Weight Loss to Common Cold

Did you know that music activates the same feel good center of your brain that food does? It’s true!
Listen to music: Lose weight. (Wow, that was easy!)
And … there’s more . . .
Fight Off the Common Cold: Listening to music lowers the stress hormone cortisol, boosts the feel-good endorphins and fortifies the immune system by raising levels of immunoglobulin A, a prime defense against upper respiratory infection.
Chase those blues away: There are minor chords and major chords; and while the minor chords tend to bring you down, the major chords can and do raise the spirits. Music sweetens temperament, increases feelings of optimism, calm and joy.
Spin Sister: Listen to music while spinning, running, trotting and your endurance levels will soar. You’ll hang in there longer and feel happier for it.
Sleep Baby Sleep: Play 45 minutes of your fav soft music before you get into your comfy bed and you will effectively lower your heart rate, slower your respiration and enjoy a good quality sleep.
What’s your favorite genre of music? What gets your booty to shakin’? What calms and soothes? What’s your favorite lullaby?
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  • http://the-artistic-life.blogspot.com/ Annapurna Moffatt

    “What’s your favorite genre of music?” I like just about everything, but my all-time favourite, the genre I always come back to, is classical–after almost twenty-one years of listening I feel I’ve just begun: there’s so much out there. Opera, Baroque, symphonies……..
    “What gets your booty to shakin’?” Anything with a good beat (drums are my second favourite instrument), a group that I’m really fond of (Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, anyone? Or how about the Bangor Symphony Orchestra?). It doesn’t have to be really fast (the “Overture” from “The Nutcracker” for example)–just something that I really, really, really like (the Rondo from Beethoven’s violin concerto).
    “What calms and soothes?” The Adagio from Beethoven’s fifth piano concerto (“Emperor”), Rachmaninoff’s “Vespers”, Chopin’s “Nocturns”………….
    “What’s your favorite lullaby?” A while back I had real problems with getting to sleep and once I got it under control (thanks, Doc!) I found that one of the ways to ward off the anxiety that I sometimes feel (“what if I don’t get to sleep??”) I listen to music on my iPod for a few minutes after turning out the light. For the past year or so I’ve been listening to an instrumental version of “Song to the Moon” from “Rusalka”, the Adagio from the “New World Symphony” (number 9), both shortened and both by Dvorak, and “Romance Anonyme” (no one knows who wrote it).

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