Scientific studies find that music is good for you
Research has proved that music can help stroke victims, aid weight loss and give you a better night’s sleep.
Science journal Brain has covered a study which found people who had a stroke were helped in regaining their memory by listening to music daily.
In other studies scientists at Farleigh Dickinson University in the US found that giving a MP3 player to women helped them lose weight by making exercise more fun while Taiwan researchers claim that listening to jazz before you go to bed can help you sleep.
EMusic.com recommends ‘Tight Fit’ by New Young Pony Club for when you are exercising and Miles Davis‘ ‘Alone Together’ for a good night’s sleep.
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