Science says music improves your mood
We love music, and you probably do too. Music makes everyone happy, helps people experience emotions, and improves every situation, whether it’s relaxing with a book or a dinner party. And why wouldn’t you want to have incredible-sounding, high-fidelity music throughout your San Francisco, CA home? If you’re considering adding a user-friendly multi-room audio system to your property, find out some science-backed reasons you should.
Music Makes You Happy
Most people don’t go a day without listening to some of their favorite music. It helps brighten your mood and can encourage feelings of wellness and comfort. How does it work? This way, according to Ashford University:
“One of the first things that happen when music enters our brains is the triggering of pleasure centers that release dopamine, a neurotransmitter that makes you feel happy. This response is so quick; the brain can even anticipate the most pleasurable peaks in familiar music and prime itself with an early dopamine rush.”
That is to say, your brain physically responds to hearing your favorite songs. Some studies show that your reaction to music also impacts your overall health. Experiments have resulted in “upticks in immunity-boosting antibodies and cells that protect against bacteria and other invaders.”
Music helps boost your mood naturally and may help you live healthier. But the quality of the sound matters. So, a single speaker placed in each room won’t cut it.
In a study published on Physiology.org, high-frequency components (HFCs) in sound effect the brain. HFCs are too high for humans to hear, and for years they were neglected in media like CDs, MP3s, and low-fidelity sound systems. It shows that the natural rainforest sound is full of HFCs.
In other words: natural sound is the most pleasing to hear, and it’s full of HFCs. To experience them in music, you’ll need a high-end sound system.
Whole house audio distributes music evenly throughout each of your rooms. In-depth configuration, high-fidelity components, and professional-quality calibration make your home sound like a music hall.
And you can choose songs from streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, which all offer premium audio tiers. You can also stream from your uncompressed audio collection. All with a single, user-friendly system that chooses what, where, and when you listen with a few moves on your tablet or smartphone.