We all know that music influences our minds in inexplicable ways. Want to hit the gym? There is music to enhance your performance. Want to go nail that interview? There is music to help you get your mind straight. Most species on earth respond in very interesting manners to visual as well as audio modes. And the scenario that is similar when it comes to humans and the human mind. This small yet effective piece talks about anxiety-relieving music and how it may work wonders for some.
Being a young adult has taught me one thing for sure, and that is- anxiety is excruciating. And if not addressed in the early stages, it surely can make a mess big enough to impact your daily life adversely. Although anxiety, per se, is no mental disorder, it can be the root cause (an awful lot of times) of several such disorders. And so, keeping this fast-paced life of today, I bring to you a list of anxiety-relieving music genres.
The genres that qualify for genuine anxiety-relieving music are:
These are found to largely contain the musical elements necessary to help a person relax.
Well, now that you have the genres on your mind, all you have to do is type the keyword into the YouTube search bar. Or even simple, just click on them in the list above and the link should guide you to where your anxiety has no place to stay!
Moving on, to make things even seamless for you, I have picked out some pieces of music that could help you big time. And they are:
- Pieds-en-L’Air (by Peter Warlock)
- Ambient 1: Music For Airports (by Brian Eno)
- Om Namah Shivaya (by Deva Premal)
- I Giorni (by Ludovico Einaudi)
- In Paradisum (by Gabriel Faure)
The next time you feel anxious, just click on one of these and let the music show the door to your needless anxiety.
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