Music is a very important thing for most humans. There are tons of music's genre and everyone doesn't consume music the same. Some people need to listen to music very often during the day while others can spend weeks and months without craving a musical listening.
Throughout the Human's history and journey, Music has always been a very important part of every culture around the world. But, why do we, Humans, love Music?
[...] Why do we Love Music? Music . Music is a very important thing for most humans. There are tons of music's genre, and everyone doesn't consume music the same. Some people need to listen to music very often during the day while others can spend weeks and months without craving a musical listening. Throughout the Human's history and journey, Music always has been a very important part of every cultures around the world. But, why do we, Humans, love Music? [...]
[...] Waves are physical and have a rhythm to stay simple. But, in our body, there are already some rhythm, the cardiac rhythm, the respiratory system etc . We have our own tempo, and when hearing an external rhythm, our body will likely adapt many of its own to match the external one. Therefore, music can affect our cardiac rhythm and how our cells vibrate together, among many other things. Truly fascinating. But does this explains why we love Music so much? [...]
[...] Music and Language share a lot of areas in the brain, which could imply that Language was this very important trait, buuuut, it is also known that music has its very own area in the brain, depending on whether you are a musician or not. These multiple areas suggest that we don't evaluate music and language in the same manners, nor with the same parts of our brain. To conclude, research on why we love Music has not reach a satisfactory answer yet. While music is a very cultural thing and has psychological impact on us, the reasons behind music being shared by all humanity since the beginning is still being studied as for today. [...]
[...] That lead to somes changes in our organism, like when we learned to run, or when we learned to stand up and walk on two legs; Evolution only retained what was useful for us and our survival. And this is where the problem of Music emerges. It was considered that maybe music was part of survival mechanism but that was completely ruled out by the scientist community. Another hypothesis was that music was part of the "sexual selection", as is the peacock's tail, useless for survival's means but very useful in sexuals parades. [...]
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