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Music is purely for relaxation Do you agree In every corner of the world people play and listen to music Music is everywhere is man has ears Music so often defies definition Music is often considered as one of the two most precious gifts from God For the sake of clarity music is often defined as the organisation of sounds and silences into interesting and meaningful patterns Music is ubiquitous and has existed since time immemorial Man simply cannot imagine life without this divine gift But to say that music is purely for relaxation is very lopsided This is so because music has a multitude of functions Music is a sine qua non in a mans life and has an amazing power It works miracles on the human psyche Music has the ability to alter the brain chemistry Thats why music is important for our psychic equilibrium We have various types of music to appeal to various people who have various temperaments Music has a soothing effect on man After a hard day of work music brings a welcome relief Music has the ability to relax both our mind and muscles Also music is used in therapy as it has a therapeutic value Music relaxes patients and its a way for them to get over their pent up feelings Altogether music plays a central role in the way we relax Lots of people go to nightclubs and discotheques to have a break from humdrum life as music and dancing make us feel refreshed Though lots of people consider music as a medium of relaxation it is often used for human solidarity Music is not an end in itself It is a means to an end Music is the best way to demonstrate human solidarity Musicians use music to raise funds for laudable purposes and also to sensitise the world on the sufferings of other fellow earthlings Some examples if great
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