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Tuning to Raga Maybe Beneficial for the Heart

Tune in to the raga. In a world filled with stress, listening to this form of music could actually cause a decline in the heart rate.// "Slower music (is found by researchers to have) caused declines in heart rate, with raga music influencing the largest decline," said the popular cyber-based ...

Can SonicMood Help to Significantly Lower High Blood Pressure? The Latest Research Answers With a Resounding YES!

... choice because one can listen to it over and over again without hearing the repetition that one would if it were the same piece of classical, Celtic, raga or other type of music. Within SonicMood are Nature Sounds like Crickets, Frogs, Rain, Thunder, Ocean Waves, Whale Songs, etc., which when blended wit...

Music Hath Charms to Calm Hypertension

...60 to 76, all suffered from mild high blood pressure and took medication for it. Of the patients, 28 listened to 30 minutes of classical, Celtic or raga music a day while conducting slow, controlled deep-breathing exercises. (Raga, an ancient kind of music, was developed in India.) All the music was...

Taking Music Lesson To Reduce Stress

...as randomly inserted into each of these sequences. Participants listened to raga (Indian classical music), Beethoven’s ninth symphony (slow classical), rap ...l. Similarly, slower or more meditative music had the opposite effect, with raga music creating the largest fall in heart rate. But during the pauses, ...
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