Scientists have proven that Mozart's music affects consciousness
by Baigalmaa staff
Scientists have proven that Mozart's music affects consciousness
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Mozart, the great classical composer of Vienna, who became the "test rabbit" of the 21st century scientists, after a long study, it was found that his music has a wonderful effect on the tones, human thinking and consciousness and has positive results. How does the music composed by Mozart, the genius and "man of the sun", work with our consciousness?

It is said that Wolfgang Mozart began his musical training very early, at the age of 4, and composed his first tunes at that time. His father, who brought him up with a strict hand, in addition to constant training, began to play concerts at the age of 5, and Leopold Mozart, according to the customs of the time, held the view that only a virtuous person can become a musician. Little Mozart, even before reaching adolescence, was recognized as a virtuous person, and this was found by the many hours of concerts he performed before the nobility of the time and the great effort to prepare for it. It is said that once, after a performance in front of Queen Maria Theresa, the royal physician treated him for a feverish red rash. His father accompanied him to the palaces of European kings and lived "roughly" in search of a certain place to settle down, and at this time, the little boy Mozart lived and endured the lack of money and an uncomfortable life without a permanent home. However, he did not show this condition, and the audience and society at that time praised him for his light-hearted attitude, humorous relationship, and cheerfulness. He enjoyed spending time at noble banquets, dances, and carnivals, which is reflected in his music. It is said that his music and the works of other music writers have many higher frequencies, ranging from 3000 to 8000 hertz, so it creates a feeling of spring, sun, and "rays" for the listeners.
Mozart's music research was first tested on mice. In these animals, for 2 months, 12 hours, they listened to only one piece of music by Mozart, and the mice that listened to the music suddenly became smarter than other mice, ran faster, and went to the target first with fewer mistakes on the designated obstacle course. The first experiment on humans also showed surprising results: in one part of the brain listening to Mozart's music and in the other part listening to normal music, the auditory cortex of the brain was activated in people who listened to random tones, which affected a certain level of excitement. but it was seen that Mozart's music affects people's brains. The scientists who observed this noted that the whole head of the person starts to light up, and only in Mozart's music, a unique rhythm suitable for the human nervous system prevails. concluded that there is. Based on this research work, a study was made to search for music tunes with a frequency of 20-30 seconds from other musical works and a table was made. When studying other classic works and hit tunes and tunes of each time, it was concluded that Mozart's music was written first. is