Headaches, backaches, and severe menstrual cramps affect millions of people around the world every day. Scientists at University College Dublin in Ireland claim to have developed music that can help alleviate the severity of acute pain.
In just three minutes, the track brings all of the instrumental, vocal, and orchestral elements together. They were brought together based on the music and pain research of psychologist Claire Howell. According to the researcher, the combination of factors helps to distract the person from suffering and give a feeling of complete well-being and relaxation.
“We did a very special piece of music, and we got a lot of people to listen to the track and tell us if the music eased their pain,” Howlin said.
The song is part of the Nurofen Tune Pain Pain project, which brings together scientists such as Australian composer Anatole, who specialize in pain management and music. “They worked together on a product that would help empower people to get away from pain,” Howlin says.
“The combination of science and music can create a new language and give you good qualities as soon as you interact with them,” said Anatole, the song’s composer. In the process of creation, the experts selected 286 people who regularly experience severe pain. Participants had to categorize the pain they experienced before and after listening to music.
According to the researchers, all of us have been shown to significantly reduce the intensity and discomfort of pain, both clinically and statistically. According to scientists, the band causes the brain to explode into a neural network, which provides a comfort.
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