Music helps longer and regular workout, according to the new American research, suggesting that music can effect strongly on people’s mood, brain signaling for releasing better feelings and also energy boosting chemicals in the body.
The research has also shown that not exercising or being inactive can be lead to high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity or smoking that are counted as among the potential risk factors of cardiovascular disease.
Team of researchers randomly divided 127 people in two units for a routine treadmill stress test with electrocardiogram (ECG) and assigned them either listen the high tempo music or not to listen music while performing the ECG stress test.
A leading author of the study, Waseem Shami who is a cardiology fellow from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences in the United States said in a statement that, “At least on a small scale, this study provides some evidence that music may help serve as an extra tool to help motivate someone to exercise more, which is critical to heart health.”
During the 67th Annual Scientific Session held by the American College of Cardiology in Orlando, all the findings of the research were presented. however, the previous study have proved the highly effective results of music about its healing properties and helping in the condition such as mental or emotional stress
Shami added in a statement that, “Our findings reinforce the idea that upbeat music has a synergistic effect in terms of making you want to exercise longer and stick with a daily exercise routine. When doctors are recommending exercise, they might suggest listening to music too.”