Thursday, January 23

Listen to Music to Relieve Stress Fast

Meditation Interior
A quiet room for meditation. Photo credit: Donatas Grinius
Psychologists, life coaches, and business consultants have been telling everyone who needs their expert advice to share warm hugs and spontaneous laughter with friends and family to lessen the negative effects of stress on their mental and physical health. In addition, research studies into the biological changes in people who've been practicing yoga and meditation for many years proved that meditative mindfulness led to changes in the genetic makeup of these practitioners. Their bodies and minds became stronger. Their immune systems were more capable and efficient in fighting off invasive antigens.

Hugs and laughter are best shared with other people while gaining mastery over meditative mindfulness takes a long time to achieve. When you need to get away from a stressful situation and release some of that internal pressure, consider listening to soothing sounds, such as the rhythmic splashes and shushes that match the ebb and flow of the ocean's waves by the beach. Alternatively, listen to music that speaks of your deepest emotions, takes your mind to happier times in the past, and conjures visual memories of beautiful places you visited. Listen to your selected tracks through ear buds or headphones for clarity, noise filtering, and other digital enhancements to the audio output.

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