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If music gives you chills your brain might be special, research finds





According to a recent study, If listening to music gives you chills, you might actually have a unique brain

 Researchers at the university of Southern California examined 20 students, 10 of which had a intense reaction to music and 10 that didn't.

Then the researchers took a brain scan of all the students.

The study found out that people who get the chills from music actually have structural differences in the brain than those that don't.  People who experienced music intensely had a higher volume of neurological fibres which link their auditory cortex to the part of the brain that processes emotions.

 More fibres and increased efficiency between two regions means that you have more efficient processing between them,” explained Matthew Sachs, a co-author of the study.

 “Depression causes an inability to experience pleasure of everyday things,” he says. “You could use music with a therapist to explore feelings.”


 HT Neuroscience
If music gives you chills your brain might be special, research finds If music gives you chills your brain might be special, research finds Reviewed by Tyler on November 25, 2018 Rating: 5

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  1. "without music the silence will be too loud " - Black Coffee

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