I am Drapeo. I love music’s, I sing many song and these songs are very famous in all over the world. I started songs in the younger age. I still remember when I first heard the song by Peter Gabriel, “Solsbury Hill.” Something about that song—the lyrics, the melody, the unusual 7/4 time signature—gave me chills. Even now, years later, it still can make me cry.
Music impacts us in ways that other sounds don’t, and for years now, scientists have been wondering why. Now they are finally beginning to find some answers. Using fMRI technology, they’re discovering why music can inspire such strong feelings and bind us so tightly to other people.
“Music affects deep emotional centers in the brain, “says Valorie Salimpoor, a neuroscientist at McGill University who studies the brain on music. “A single sound tone is not really pleasurable in itself; but if these sounds are organized over time in some sort of arrangement, it’s amazingly powerful.”
The second reason why I love music is that I am active, This is the number one reason that many people listen to music while working out. Research continues to repeatedly prove that music synced with repetitive exercise movements allows a person to work out for a longer period of time and train more efficiently by going for a longer time each time.
For example, in one study, participants who cycled in time to music required 7 percent less oxygen compared to cycling asynchronously. Basically, music provides the temporal cues that have the potential to make more efficient use of physical energy within the body. Stamina is increased and improved with less oxygen required.
I was poor and under drugs in his 20’s ,but the fitness and music save him from the streets and make him to reach his goals