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Editorial - International Research Journal of Arts and Social Sciences ( 2021) Volume 9, Issue 2

Music Reliefs Stress & Anxiety during COVID 19

Makweti Lutangu*
 
IPB University, Bogor, Ghana
 
*Corresponding Author:
Makweti Lutangu, IPB University, Bogor, Ghana, Email: makweti@gamil.com

Received: 02-Apr-2021 Published: 07-Apr-2021

Abstract

Fighting against anxiety caused by COVID nineteen pandemic is inevitable to mental state programs in each country amid this pandemic circumstance. A 2019 study found that music encourages the discharge of Dopastat within the synapses of the brain. Intropin could be a neurotransmitter that plays a vital role in our psychological feature, emotional and behavioural functioning referred to as the “happy hormone”. It helps produce the sensation of enjoyment. Whereas we've got long best-known that music improves mood, there’s increasing proof that it may also contribute to mental & physical health. Being COVID nineteen front warriors, Doctors and police personnel undergo exhausting work schedules stretching up to twelve hours or a lot of daily and lots of them area unit finding music medical care a tool to ease their stress levels. Once the body is stressed, it's going to feel tense & tight which will need music medical care serving to facilitate relaxation to cut back anxiety.

Keywords

Music, music therapy, anxiety, stress, COVID 19, types of music

Citation: International Research Journal of Arts and Social Science Vol. 9(1) pp. 1-1, Mar, 2021

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