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How does Music Affect People Physically and Mentally?

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Today, music is a highly influential form of media and entertainment that is used by 9 out of 10 Australians every day. However, music is not only used for entertainment purposes, but it also has the power to change and affect the physical and mental behaviour of people in many different ways, this includes heart and respiration rate, mood, movement, exercise, education and neurological improvement.

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1 However, music is not only used for entertainment purposes, but it also has the power to change and affect the physical and mental behaviour of people in many different ways, this includes heart and respiration rate, mood, movement, exercise, education and neurological improvement. The extensive history of music has evolved and changed throughout many periods of time. A team of researchers lead by Professor Tom Higham, who is a professor in Archaeological Science,2 have recently found one of the oldest documented musical instrument. The musical instrument, a flute made out of bird bone and mammoth ivory, has been dated to be between 42,000 and 43,000 years old.3 This shows that music has been used since the prehistoric era. However, t...
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