“The truth is people may be sharing a home, but they aren’t sharing much else. Music may be able to change that by bringing everyone back together,” said Levitin, who is also a musician himself. “This study takes an important step forward in showing how listening to music out loud can enhance relationships at home.”
In a statement reported by the Economic Times, Levitin added that “throughout most of the world and for most of human history, music-making was as natural an activity as breathing and walking and everyone participated.”
According to the doctor, the result is in line with the previous studies in the past, which have suggested that music can change people’s mindset because it releases the dopamine. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that gives people a sense of contentment.
The best thing to describe the result of the study is that a home filled with a lot of music may also suggest that it is full of love and togetherness. It might also be full of sex and romance.
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