If You Get Goosebumps While Listening Music You May Have Unique Brain

Have you ever experienced or felt chilled which commonly known “Goosebumps” while listening music? Well, you may have unique brain! There was a study that can explain further about this.

Keep reading and be amaze what is all about. According to neuroscientist Jessica Grahn, who is studying music in neuroscience at Western University in Canada, people listen to music because it challenges them in similar ways going to a haunted house or a scary movie does.

It provides entertainment and challenges evolutionary reactions. Music’s effect on the brain is a very profound and mysterious topic.

It is said that music influences the process of thinking and analyzing, making work more enjoyable and efficient.

Studies have shown that music increases the amount of endorphins (a chemical released in the brain to reduce pain and provide a “good feeling” state) in the brain, initially, jump-starting the bodies healing process.

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As it distracts the attention from pain, it concurrently generates chemical behaviors that promote healing. Along with physical healing and mental effects, music impacts human emotions.

Often, someone will listen to music when they are distraught, happy, need to focus, exercising, etc. Experiments show that music in a major key will cause a person to be happy, while the music in a minor key will bring sadder, depressed emotions.