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‘Touch The Sky’ marks the first single from Marsh’s forthcoming artist album ‘Endless’, out February 3, 2023 on Anjunadeep.
‘Endless’ is set to be Marsh’s most diverse work to date, featuring melodic house, breakbeat moments, piano house and more.
Release date: February 3, 2023.
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How Music Can Affect Your Health and Mood
Music can affect your mood and health in many ways. Researchers have shown that listening to music can enhance your physical performance. It also helps you use your energy more efficiently.
There are many benefits of singing in a group. This includes reducing stress and raising your mood. Singing also releases feel-good hormones.
A study from the University of Groningen shows that music has a strong effect on our perception of objects and events. Some research has suggested that music triggers an increase in heart rate and blood pressure. In addition, music can be a stimulus for recalling memories of personal significance, even with brain injury.
Another study, from Finland, found that listening to music has a significant effect on the human brain. The researchers discovered that a wide network of neurons in the human brain is activated when we listen to music. Specifically, the researchers found that a wide array of brain cells responded to the color, tone and timbre of the music.
The newest research suggests that music can improve cardiovascular health. Scientists have found that listening to music can improve the heart’s ability to pump blood, and that the more you listen to it, the more you will feel its effects.
While you may not believe it, listening to music can actually slow your rate of aging. For instance, the average lifespan of a musician is 25 years shorter than the average U.S. population.
As a result, if you’re looking to extend your life, you may want to take up a career in the music industry. Whether you’re interested in producing live music events or working as an events assistant, you’ll gain valuable experience.