Good music improves brain function and uplifting

Chinese neuroscientists have established the presence of close and very strong connections, the clarification of the relationship between the brains of musicians and their listeners during concerts. Live music turned out to have a very real biological nature. The better and better the musician plays, the higher the level of synchronization of his brain and the brain of people listening to his music.

A group of researchers from East China Normal University conducted an experiment and organized a mini-concert for groups of subjects. These were also musical performances. The experiment was conducted throughout the concert. As a result, scientists received information that neural synchronization is brain activity.

Different people experienced amplification of signals in the same areas of the brain. Communication, a conductor who performed on acoustic waves, in fact provoked work in unison with the sensory system of musicians and listeners. What kind of music the listeners like, the more their concert captivates, the more clearly this invisible connection is traced.

Now scientists want to find out what other factors this relationship depends on. For example, a specific melody or manner of performance. Although there are no complaints about the efforts of the musicians and the quality of the composition. Perhaps this will open up new ways to create music.

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