Music

Last Updated: September 28 2022

Music, in this sense, actually refers to the audio perception from your favorite songs, remixes, or renditions. It can affect the brain significantly, and vicariously through that may influence the body. Euphoria or de-stressing to tunes should be evidence of this.

Music is most often used for

Summary

Music is best defined as an abstract stimulus that we perceive with our ears, and then form patterns with our minds that results in a completely unique experience.

What else is Music known as?
Note that Music is also known as:
  • Audio
Dosage information

Loud and to your liking, but not enough to destroy your ear drums.

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