Medical Study Says Live Music Will Make You Happy

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Medical Study Says Live Music Will Make You Happy

If you are a reader of Rhythm Travels this is clearly obvious but for some heard headed people they need proof sometimes. Here we have it!

Deakin University in Australia had conducted a research in 2014 of 1000 participants to explores the connection between habitual music engagement and subjective wellbeing. Subjective wellbeing (SWB) comprises individual evaluations of life satisfaction, and is internationally regarded at policy and government levels.

Live Music Study

In the image above we ca see that People who dance, play or attend live music events feel significantly better then those who don’t.

Live Music Study
Subjective wellbeing and the social component of dancing.

We can also see that dancing with others makes a big difference then just dancing alone.

“People who danced reported higher scores on four of the PWI domains than those who did not dance: satisfaction with health, achieving in life, relationships, and community connection.”

While this might seem obvious since we have been dancing and signing way before we had religious books telling us what to do the fact is, now backed with science that it makes us happier and brings us together as people.

Now you can go rave with confidence that you are raising your wellbeing. Read the full study on Sage Journals.