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Introduction: How many of you like listening to music? Music is one of the most common things around the world. Music is one of the few activities that involve using the whole brain. It is fundamental to all cultures in fact it is the universal language of the world, because no matter which part of the world you go to or which culture you can find some form of music. Music can have some surprising benefits.

Forecast: Today I will tell you how music can benefit you by calming you, improving your mood, enhancing your learning.

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I.Point - Music calms & relaxes and helps to sleep.
A.Music reduces stress!
2.In a magazine article by Mr. G Simmons titled “The best therapy", he says Music provides a wonderful backdrop for your life so that you can find increased enjoyment from what you’re doing and also reduce stress from your day. Music can promote relaxation of tense muscles, enabling you to easily release some of the tension you carry from a stressful day. I’m sure at some point we have all used music to unwind before. I know for me after a hard day I go to my room, turn on some soothing music and just get lost in the music and relax.

1.Relaxing classical music is safe, cheap and easy way to beat insomnia. Many people who suffer from insomnia find that Bach music helps them. Relaxing music reduces sympathetic nervous system activity, decreases anxiety, blood pressure, heart and respiratory rate and may have positive effects on sleep via muscle relaxation and distraction from thoughts.

RecapNow that we see how music calms and relaxes you…..
Transitions …, let’s look at how music improves your mood and decreases depression.

II. Point - Music improves mood and decreases depression.
A.Many people find that music lifts their spirits. Music's ability to "heal the soul" is the stuff of legend in every culture. Many people find that music lifts their spirits. Modern research tends to confirm music's psychotherapeutic benefits. Bright, cheerful...
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