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Fresh research from Austria has found that listening to music can help patients with chronic back pain.And a recent survey by Mind - the mental health charity - found that after counselling, patients found group therapy such as art and music therapy, the most useful.On the days that the men exercised listening to music, they travelled 11 per cent further - compared to the days they didn't listen to music.Researchers also found that the men's levels of exertion were at their lowest when listening to music. Well because I got a bunch of DM’s asking me about the dress I wore yesterday (from my Insta Stories). The show either bought it or the store gifted it for free in exchange for the press of being on the show. I mean, how cute would it be with over-the-knee boots for Fall?! And this is nothing against Rachael, but let’s face it, she didn’t buy him that watch. But’s it’s so cute and a perfect dress to transition to Fall with so you’ll get lots of good use out of it.Music can help patients remember tunes or songs and get in touch with their history.This is because the part of the brain which processes music is located next to memory.
So since I don’t have a ton of time today to write two posts, I thought I would combine them! Rachel is just playing along and fully embracing all these amazing dates that the show has set up for her – as she should. And I don’t know, but something about them just seems off to me. Kind of how Rachel keeps saying that Bryan doesn’t seem real or that he seems too good to be true. I think she is just smitten with him, therefore maybe not fully opening up. But I’ll say this, there’s no way we can know exactly how they’re connecting on an emotional level just from watching them on TV. So I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and believe that maybe they really are falling in love with each other. UPDATE: The dress is also part of Prime day on Amazon HERE.Here, we present six proven ways that music can help you and your family's health1.CHRONIC BACK PAINHow it helps: Music works on the autonomic nervous system - the part of the nervous system responsible for controlling our blood pressure, heartbeat and brain function - and also the limbic system - the part of the brain that controls feelings and emotions.The research: Researchers from Norway's Sogn Og Fjordane College compared the effects of live, taped and no music on three different groups of people suffering from post traumatic amnesia - or memory loss.The patients were exposed to all three conditions, twice over six consecutive days.