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Music for the Brain Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21

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Uploaded on Feb 26, 2011

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Music has a powerful effect on the brain. The way our brains interpret music is complicated. The process of listening to music can help activate brain cells and pathways in almost every area of the brain. It has proven to have a tremendous effect on how people learn. It also can affect the rest of the body. Music can change a heart rate and muscle tension even while someone is simply sitting on the couch. Due to the tremendous effect on the muscles and mind, many people choose to listen to music during a workout routine.

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