The Sound of Healing Anxiety through Music

Beats and pulses have the ability to cause anxiety — or be used to heal. Here’s how

Are you in a bad mood? Maybe you had a bad day at work dealing with difficult clients or coworkers. Maybe you’re feeling stressed because your boss has overloaded your schedule. Maybe you just keep having problems with something that should be simple and straightforward. We’ve all been there. When you’re in a bad mood, do you ever turn to music? Does your built-up anxiety just melt away when you finally get in your car and crank up the tunes?

Well, there might be a reason for that. Neuroscientist and author Dr. Patrick K. Porter believes that there is a deep connection between the body’s ability to process sound and our mental health. 

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