It has recently been discovered that music has a huge impact on our brain, and relaxing music does actually make us feel better. For example, there is a well-known theory — though it’s not yet empirically proven — about the good that a frequency of 528 Hz can do to our body.
It’s called the Solfeggio frequency, originally used in Gregorian chants. Whether it’s healing or not, what we do know is that music is capable of making changes in our mind and body. Here is a great example of a music video recorded with music in the 528 Hz frequency.
Music is a way to process emotions and strengthen their resolve with being overwhelmed. People often turn to the music they can relate to as it helps them deal with stress in this way. So, if the demands of post-pandemic life has got you feeling a bit down, dazed or distracted then it might be a good idea to put some music on. Not only will it help you concentrate on your work, it will also help keep stress at bay and put you in the learning mood.
As for music videos, these can slow heart rate, leading to a state of relaxation and calm. Many people who view relaxing music videos report an increased sense of connection with others, which can have a positive impact on general well-being.
Relaxing music videos also have these benefits:
- unwind and relax
- get to sleep
- feel comforted or cared for
- experience less anxiety or pain
- feel better when sick or upset
Watching the videos may also serve as a distraction from anxious thoughts while also promoting feelings of increased relaxation.
One of the most powerful relaxation videos available is Sound Healing from Relaxing Music TV. A relative newcomer to the relaxing music world, this video can have a huge impact on reducing stress levels and helping you sleep, concentrate and unwind. Listen to the video here: