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10 Songs that help fight anxiety

10 Songs that help fight anxiety

Listening to music is great for body and mind and can even change mood. A recent study by the British organization Mindlab organized a list of the best songs to combat anxiety.

Neuroscientists analyzed a volunteer group while they performed logic activities in an accelerated fashion. Tasks were developed to boost stress levels, during which participants listened to the songs.

Through sensors, the scientists evaluated the brain activity, heart rate, blood pressure and respiration rate of each volunteer. The only one that most helped members relax was the Marconi Union's Weightless, which could reduce anxiety by as much as 65%.

In addition, other artists such as Adele, Coldplay and Mozart also entered the rankings. Check out the list of songs that, according to science, can reduce your anxiety:

1. Weightless, Marconi Union

2. Electra, Airstream

3. Mellomaniac (Chill Out Mix), DJ Shah

4. Watermark, Enya

5. Strawberry Swing, Coldplay

6. Please Do not Go, Barcelona

7. Pure Shores, All Saints

8. Someone Like You, Adele

9. Canzonetta Sull'aria, Mozart

10. We Can Fly, Rue du Soleil (Café Del Mar)


Understand Conflict and Learn to Manage It

Understand Conflict and Learn to Manage It

Conflict is part of any healthy relationship. They can happen with co-workers, teachers or students, spouses, parents, children or friends. Conflict does not choose age, profession, social class: it can arise in any situation of coexistence between two or more people. When a disagreement is not well resolved, it may end up harming the quality of any relationship.

(Well-being)

Understand how pessimism influences your health

Understand how pessimism influences your health

Have you ever stopped to observe how negative thoughts only feed your bad mood, making your day heavier and full of minor unpleasant incidents? How many times when you wake up in the morning and hit your finger on the edge of the bed, did not you come out screaming and say the day started bad? This is because we often live surrounded by people and situations that lead us to see only the bad side of situations, and we end up internalizing this critical and complaining behavior in our lives.

(Well-being)