A lot of people agree that both listening to and creating music can have various positive effects on mood and mental health. This is most absolutely true in my case!

When I am finding it hard to find the right words that best describe how I am feeling… I will always be able to think of a song that would do this for me.

When I need to relax, I will always stick my headphones on and listen to something soothing and calming. Because of its rhythmic and repetitive aspects, music engages the neocortex of our brain which can help to calm us.

When I need something productive to do, I will play an instrument, sing or write some lyrics for a song. Songwriting provides opportunities for expression in a positive and rewarding way. Have you ever heard a song and been made to reflect on your own thoughts and experiences? I always say… there is a song for everything.

I have been singing and making music for years but have never had the confidence to share it with anyone due to being too embarassed. Who needs Simon Cowell when we can be our own worst critic?! However, it does really help us and I would love to share that with you all. For this reason, I have decided to share all of my covers on this blog. You will find them all on the home bar menu which will be to the top of your screen. More will be added over the next few months. I hope you all enjoy listening to them as much as I enjoyed singing them! Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel!😀

2 thoughts on “Music Is Great For Your Mental Health: My Experience

  1. Your voice is so so so beautiful!! It is angelic, you’re very talented. Glad you have the courage to share… I love music and love your sound, your voice… keep singing sweet girl… your voice is good enough for sure to be recorded… no need to hide your giftedness any longer!!…

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