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4 Benefits of Playing Music at Home

Everyone will have experienced a positive experience with music at some point in their lives. Whether it’s feeling happy because a favorite song has come on the radio, getting a better workout done because you are listening to high energy tunes, or hearing a special song that has magical memories attached to it, it’s easy to see just how much power music can have in our lives. 

Yet many of us don’t listen to music in our homes as much as we could. It might be an afterthought, something that is put on when guests come over or to distract us when we’re feeling bad. The reality is that if we listen to music more within the home, if we make it part of our daily routine, good things can happen. Read on to find out more.  

You’ll Feel Happier 

When you listen to music at home more often, you will feel much happier. Switching on the radio or starting up your specially designed playlist is a good way to start the day and will make you feel positive. Keep the music playing, and that positive feeling will last for much longer, and even more challenging tasks won’t seem so bad when you have music playing to make you smile.  

It’s easy to become negative with so much to think about and potentially worry about. When we listen to music in our homes, that worry and stress can be eliminated, at least temporarily, and you can start to feel much happier.  

Work More Quickly 

Music has a lot of benefits when we listen to it at home, and one of the best is that it helps us work more quickly. So when we are carrying out chores and listening to music at the same time, those chores are often done more quickly.Plus, if the jobs are ones you dislike, if you have music to help you through, it won’t seem quite so bad.  

Plus, it’s not only the housework that you can speed through more easily when you listen to music; most kinds of work can benefit from adding music to it. It might even make the entire process much more enjoyable, to a point where you no longer put off the jobs that need doing around the house, and since the work will be done more quickly, you’ll have more free time too, which is an added bonus.  

Your General Health

Music, as we’ve seen, is something that can boost your mood and improve your mental health in many ways, but what about your physical health?  

When you play music, it’s highly likely that you will move in some way. You might dance around the home, for example, but even walking with a quicker step or simply tapping your foot when you’re sitting at your desk can be a good thing. Plus, you’ll soon notice if you have a hearing issue if you find the music just isn’t as loud as it once was, and that can help you decide it’s time to learn more about hearing aids. And it all stems from music.  

A Loving Environment 

Music can also positively affect relationships, so again this is another reason to have it playing in your home on a more regular basis – ideally every day. When families listen to music together, they can bond and will also feel much closer than a family who lives in a ‘silent home’. 

Music playing in your home leads to impromptu karaoke sessions, or a chance to dance together, or simply a quiet time to listen to a favorite song that takes you back to another time that you have good memories of. It’s a great idea to play it more often. 

Four Benefits of Playing Music at Home

Photo credit: Photo by Marcelo Chagas 



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