A Thing You Didn’t Know About Playing A Musical Instrument
Why do people learn musical instruments? For the fun of it? For the interest in it? Or as a serious career option? I know, we have our own answers for this. TED-Ed brings you a brilliant point in this video and you will know that playing a musical instrument is much more than what we thought. Anita Collins tells you how music can bring a positive change in your life.
“When you listen to music, multiple areas of your brain become engaged and active. But when you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body brain workout.”
Ever wondered about your brain’s workout? Honestly, that never came to my brain. A body workout is a must for most of us. We like to be fit and fine. But did you ever think how you could give a workout to your brain? After all, even brain gets out of shape sometimes and bringing it back to its regular shape requires some effort.
Researchers have found that listening to music can be a great health benefit and according to them here is how playing a musical instrument benefit.
Benefits of playing a musical instrument
- Develops good concentration power.
- Enhance listening skills.
- Improves cognitive skills.
- Improves memory.
- Improves social skills
- Brings happiness.
- Relieves stress and anxiety.
- Makes you more expressive.
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