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What is the harm in listening to music?

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What is the harm in listening to music? If someone asks you this question, you might say in his scientific answer that the instrumental sound of the song reduces the hearing of the people, increases the risk of heart disease, causes high blood pressure and so on.

Would music without instruments or low level instrumental noise harm us? It was difficult to answer this question a few days ago. But now it turns out that these songs also have an impact on our mental health.

It is beyond our comprehension how the words and melody of the song affect our mind and brain. Day after day, many people are listening to the song of separation (in Bengali it is called scorched song) or Dhamaka Metallic Song.

We know that 'emotion control' is important for mental health. Faulty 'emotion control' systems can lead to a variety of mood problems, such as depression and anxiety. Many people listen to 'songs' to get rid of depression and they do not know how these songs affect their mental health.

A couple of years ago, a group of scientists studied the effects of randomly listening to songs on the 'mind and brain'. Mental health is generally adversely affected if people are constantly thinking about bad memories in the past. The question is, does listening to different styles of 'songs' have the same effect on the mind?

The results of this study have been published in the renowned journal 'Frontiers in Human Neuroscience' in the field of neuropsychology. Research has shown that a group of people who listen to music to control their emotions suffer from more anxiety than others who listen to songs that are detached or somewhat aggressive to express their negative feelings (sadness, anger, distress). Listening to music to express their negative feelings does not remove their negative mood at all but increases it.

Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) shows that listening to happy, sad or aggressive music changes the activity of the brain's 'medial prefrontal cortex' (mPFC). Listening to sad songs to reduces the sadness activity of mPFC, which is a very bad sign. This is because previous studies have shown that people with depression, stress and various mental illnesses have reduced the size of their brain's PFC. Listening to different types of music can have a long-term effect on the brain by listening to certain types of music, proving the link between the brain's mPFC activation.

In general, more than 90 percent of those who listen to music listen to aggressive songs of separation or dhamaka type and start reminiscing while listening to old songs. For Mind & Brain it can bring long term danger, which is clear from the above study.

In the age of science, since the trend of not accepting 'any other' evidence without science-based answers has been introduced, scientific evidence has been given.

Now the mind is yours, the brain is yours, the buttons of the headphones are also in your hands, what you decide is also in your hands.

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