The power of music on our mood and emotions has been recognized for centuries, and today we know that it also affects our neural pathways.
Neuroscience has shown us that neural pathways which become detached can reconnect through music.
Studies confirm that classical music actually stimulates the amygdale, which helps us learn.
Children who listen closely to, and become involved in music have also scored higher on IQ tests
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