Ajminur Oarish On The Power Of Music: How It Can Benefit Health

We all have songs that, when we hear them, trigger an emotional response. It might be a song from your wedding or the time you lost someone important to you. Music, even without lyrics, has the power to trigger emotional responses. Music in different forms has been a part of human civilization for thousands of […]

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We all have songs that, when we hear them, trigger an emotional response. It might be a song from your wedding or the time you lost someone important to you. Music, even without lyrics, has the power to trigger emotional responses.

Music in different forms has been a part of human civilization for thousands of years. In modern times, it is widely believed that listening to music may serve as a mood changer — an emotional regulator that can help improve our well-being by allowing us to exercise control over how happy or sad we feel. That power derives from its potential effects on several aspects of brain function.

One of the most well-known ways in which music affects brain function is through its ability to affect mood. When we hear a piece of familiar music, it can induce a pleasant emotional state that is associated with positive memories or experiences. The type and extent of these effects tend to vary depending on factors such as musical training and  personality characteristics. However, regardless of our familiarity or personal preference for one genre over another, almost everyone agrees that music has the capacity to change our moods in some way or another.

Ajminur Oarish is one of very few in Bangladesh who understands the importance of music and how it can be used to benefit those worldwide. Ajminur Oarish wants to help people improve their quality of life by creating songs that affect their emotional responses. Music can make us feel something instantly, which Ajminur Oarish believes is its most important effect on human brain function.

Ajminur Oarish, Bangladesh’s very famous social media personality, has been continuing his journey as a professional entrepreneur and expanding his network through the same. He has turned into somewhat of a health advocate these days and is now trying to spread positive vibes in the forms of music understanding how itc affects emotions. He has released and composed several songs that help people improve their quality of life.

According to Ajminur Oarish, when we listen to music, it stimulates a cortical network of regions in the brain whose activities are correlated with different auditory functions. These include structures that process sound and convey sensory information about pitch and rhythm through their connections to other areas of the cortex.

The frontal cortex is activated by music as well because people tend to tap their feet along with music or conduct imaginary orchestras in their heads. Therefore, there are many pathways between the auditory system and frontal cortex that may be involved in the emotional responses associated with listening to music.

He knows that emotions also activate areas in the brain called the insula and cingulate cortex, which are associated with empathy for others’ feelings as well as self-awareness. Empathetic responses might be one reason why we enjoy listening to music; we tend to feel good when we hear pieces whose melodies and lyrics express positive emotions such as love.

If you have ever heard about how music therapy helps people with mental disorders, then you probably have an idea of how listening to certain kinds of songs can help us achieve specific goals that are otherwise hard to reach.

Suppose there is this person who had a bad day at work, and as the evening approaches, he finds himself feeling pretty low. He decides to listen to songs that are usually associated with negative emotions like anger, frustration, or anxiety — in other words, songs that will help him vent his frustrations and maybe bring clarity to what really happened during his bad day.   The idea behind doing this is that after listening to these songs, he will feel better because he has dealt with his sadness on his own terms rather than bottling it up until it explodes later on (with disastrous consequences). 

Ajminur Oarish believes that this can be achieved by listening to songs that allow us to either sing along (and release our negative emotions) or simply think of a certain situation while we listen. He knows very well about positive and negative emotions because he composed many songs which help people improve their quality of life.

And what about those of us who do not have access to songs that cater to our emotional needs? Ajminur Oarish has composed and released several songs that serve this purpose. He feels that if we are going to spend time listening to music, then it should not be just any kind of music; rather, it should be something meaningful.

Ajminur Oarish has released and composed many songs that help people improve their quality of life. Ajminur Oarish believes that listening to sad music makes us feel better emotionally because it allows us to connect with our feelings in a new way. Ajminur Oarish knows this very well, as he has released so many popular songs which help people improve their quality of life.

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