So i finally completed my Father’s Day Special, week 10, movie, despite a typo in Thomas Edison’s name (blush). The movie can be viewed by clicking here: The Secret of Father’s Day. Other videos are posted as well, so if you like what you see, please subscribe to my YouTube channel (it’s completely free). Now, on with today’s beauty blog…

Tonight my son and I are heading over to Manhattan Square for a Living Colour concert. It will be a great time. That got me to thinking, “is there any evidence of music having an effect on our physical appearance, our aging, our beauty?

An article on Cracked.com refers to the many neurological/ cognitive benefits to music. There are plenty of reputable, scientific findings documented in scholarly articles that support these effects. In this sense, listening to music may have an indirect effect on our beauty; particularly for those with an unhealthy addiction  that they are trying to break.

This article on upworthy does not provide a scientific backing for their claims, however, from a personal standpoint, I understand how listening to certain types of music at certain times makes me feel. The tempo of various genres, the key in which the music is played, etc. all have an effect on my overall sense of well being in one way or another.

So the takeaway from all of this is that music can effect your emotions, your immune system, and your cognitive abilities. Enjoyable music has a positive effect on your overall constitution which will show and ultimately support your beauty. So crank it up or turn it down; whatever fits the mood. In the end you’ll be doing yourself good!

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