Study shows that listening to music during stressful times can boost your mood and reduce stress

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A team of researchers at the University of Vienna has found evidence showing that listening to music when stressed can boost a person’s mood and help them relax. In their paper published on the JAMA Network Open site, the group describes an experiment they conducted with volunteers under stress caused by living under the rules of the lockdown during the early days of the global pandemic.

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