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The Effects of Music on the Human Brain and Heart Even if you dont notice it music is a large part of your everyday life In the morning your alarm clock wakes you up to music on your way to school or work you listen to music in the car in the elevator at work music is playing in the background when u go home u turn on the television almost every commercial contains some type of music What Im getting at is music has become such a regular thing in your daily life you dont even think that it could be used for things other than its predisposed uses Another music can do is calm excite and increase the performance of parts of your body Not very long ago scientists started to realize other effects that music had on the body They found music could increase or decrease your heart rate Even more recently they found that listening to classical music such as Mozart or Beethoven as a young child could greatly increase your spatial intelligence level My younger sister has a childs cassette that she likes to listen to over and over again Once when I listened to some of the tape I realized I heard Beethovens 5th Symphony playing behind the words I asked my mother and she told me that a nurse recommended the tape It turns out that children who listen to classical music such as Beethoven or Mozart have a much more advanced level of spatial intelligence than one of those who were not introduced to the music Spatial intelligence is a persons ability to form mental images of physical objects and to be able to recognize variations in their shapes and positions is important for higher brain function especially the type of reasoning used in physics mathematics and engineering Kotulak 141 Physiologist Frances Rauscher did an experiment in which he took 19 preschool students and
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