The surprising health benefits of listening to music

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Helps people eat less: One study found that playing soft music and dimming the lights can help people slow down while eating.

Improves running motivation and performance: Want an easy way to beat your best running time? Listen to your favorite "pump-up" jam.

Improves sleep quality: Listening to classical music has been shown to effectively treat insomnia. 

Helps your brain age gracefully: Music is a great treatment for those living with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Older adults living with such conditions.

Eases pain: Music can greatly reduce the intensity of pain, especially in geriatric care, intensive care, or palliative medicine.

Boosts your creativity: Studies have found that listening to happy music, such as uplifting classical music, can enhance your creativity.

Speeds up post-workout recovery: One study found that listening to music, especially slow music, after a workout can help the body recover faster.

Stimulates most of the areas of your brain: Music activates almost all of your brain’s regions.

Increases workout endurance: Listening to your favorite workout tracks can boost your physical performance and increase endurance.

Motivates people to bike harder: One study showed that while riding bicycles, the participants worked harder while listening to fast music.

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