Research has shown that blood flows more easily when music is played. 

Music can boost the brain’s production of the hormone dopamine.

Research has found that listening to music can relieve stress by triggering biochemical stress reducers.

When you’re feeling down in the dumps, music can help pick you up - much like exercise.

Music therapy can relax an agitated patient, improve the mood and open communication in patients.

Playing soft music in the background during a meal can help people slow down while eating and ultimately consume less food in one sitting.

Listening to those top workout tracks can boost physical performance and increase endurance during a tough exercise session.

Music provides a strong competing stimulus to the pain signals that enter the brain, music therapy can assist in pain management.

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