Long time scientists knew about the influence of music on a person. Music calmed and healed. But special attention to its impact on human brain activity arose at the end of the twentieth century. Studies by American scientist Don Campbell have determined that classical music can not only heal, but also enhance intellectual abilities. This effect was called the "Mozart Effect",
Various studies have beenshowed that even a ten-minute listening to Mozart's music increases the intelligence factor by 9 units. In addition, it improves memory, attention, mathematical ability and spatial thinking. It was tested on students, whose results in the tests improved after listening to it.
Why this effect is precisely thismusic? The Mozart effect arises because this composer maintains volume intervals corresponding to the biocurrents of the human brain. And the sound sequence of this music corresponds most closely to the timbre of the voice. In addition, Mozart wrote mostly in major tones, so his works so attract listeners and facilitate the work of the brain.
For many years experiments on the influence ofmusic for children. The effect of Mozart is that his smooth and charming music has a calming effect, improves mood and stimulates the creative potential of the brain. When children under three years of age often listen to this music, they develop better. It improves speech, learning ability, coordination of movements and soothes with nervous overexcitation.
The effect of Mozart for newborns is also proved. Listening to his music before
Scientists have conducted numerous studies onThe influence of classical music on animals and plants. The effect of Mozart extends to them. For example, plants produce more crops, cows increase in milk yields, and laboratory rats show better results in tests on the level of thinking.
There are so many examples where listening to music has healed people from many diseases. For example, Mozart's effect helped Gerard
Mozart's music is used in the treatmentneurological diseases, to improve coordination of movements and fine motor skills of the hands. It improves hearing, memory and speech, and also helps to cope with mental problems. With what is it connected?
Scientists believe that Mozart's music has sucheffect, because it contains many high frequency sounds. They resonate with the frequencies of the human brain and improve thinking. It is also proved that these sounds strengthen the muscles of the ear and improve memory.