Music therapy-Tranquil Thursday

1. Do you choose to play music that matches your mood? Sometimes, it depends, if I am sad, I mostly choose happy songs, upbeat tunes.

2. Do you ever use music to change your mood? Again, I do, especially if I am sad, I will play happy songs.

3. Do you use music to relax or to fall asleep? Sometimes I use classical music or instrumental music to fall asleep at night.

4. When do you like music with lyrics versus instrumental music? I only listen to instrumental music when I’m trying to fall asleep, otherwise, I always choose music with lyrics.

5. Does music distract you if you are trying to concentrate? No not really, I am able to play music in the background as I write or work.

6. Do you like percussion arrangements with no other instrumentation? Nope.

7. Do you listen to classical music? Occasionally, but not a lot.

8. Do upbeat rhythms make you want to get up and dance? Yes but I usually don’t, as I’m not a good dancer, and I feel silly dancing on my own.

9. What music grates on your nerves? Jazz, heavy metal, and some rock music.

10.Neuroscientists from the UK deemed this song the most relaxing song tested to date. It is said to reduce anxiety by 65%. What do you think?

I hate it. I don’t find it relaxing at all!

Music Therapy – Tranquil Thursday #3 (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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