Have you ever pondered on how musical tunes affect your driving? Well, it does – a lot. Here is what the research tells us.
It’s difficult to refute that driving and music go hand in hand. Automobilists who enjoy music crank up the volume and yelp out the lyrics when their beloved song comes on the car radio. Characters in feature films drive through the city streets or country listening to a tune that helps dictate the mood of the scene; e.g. Garth, Wayne and pals in “Wayne’s World” lip-synching “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen. Travelers produce the ideal road trip playlists with their family or best friends. And “Carpool Karaoke,” with James Corden, seems to demonstrate that singing in your vehicle is more fashionable than singing in the rain, shower, or anywhere for that matter.
We are aware that music solely can make us feel good. Whether you are absorbing it via a pair of speakers at home, or through headphones at the gym, there is proof that music generates the exact feel-good hormones you get when you are hugged by a loved one. It is affiliated also with immunity-bolstering antibodies and can be a beneficial treatment for a number of conditions like Parkinson’s disease and premature birth (to name a few).
Likewise, studies have discovered that listening to music you adore while driving can help motivate safe behavior, favorably effect mood, lower rate of breathing, lessen driver aggression and stress, and help operators focus. In addition, driving execution in high demand instances was not found to be adversely affected by music. Thereby, music fans, cheer!
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