MUSIC to make you HAPPY????! Start dancing playlist - Uplifting good mood!

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Being happy, appreciating life and having the chance to smile and laugh often during your day is not easy any more. We are living in challenging times, dealing with problems that are not easy to resolve.
#music #dance #playlist
But it should be our priority to keep our moral high, remember to listen to music that makes as wanna smile, wanna stand up and dance, forgetting anything that brings us down. And believe me it works! Listen to this thirty minutes playlist and confirm that you are now happier and more cheerful than before! Have fun and dance! Enjoy your moments!
0:08 George Michael - Freedom
1:22 Cher - shoop shoop song
2:42 Black eyed peas - pump it
3:40 Cyndi Lauper - Girls just wanna have fun
4:37 Beyonce - check on it
5:25 Depeche Mode - I just can't get enough
6:25 OMC - How Bizarre
7:57 Christina Aguilera - Candyman
9:14 - The Jacksons - Can you feel it?
10:21 Bob Marley - Could you be loved
11:50 Aretha Franklin - Respect
13:01 Village people - YMCA
14:49 Jennifer Lopez - Get right
16:00 Kanye West - Flashing lights
17:07 Steppenwolf - Born to be wild
18:40 Fatboy slim - Brimful of Asha
19:44 Beach boys - Surfing USA
21:22 ABBA - dancing Queen
22:04 velvet 99 - these boots are made for walking
23:11 Shakira - hips don't lie
24:00 Right said Fred - I am too sexy
25:27 - Bee Gees - Staying alive
27:12 Frankie Valli & the four seasons - Beggin'
28:13 Daft punk - One more time

We all have our bad days. Heck, we’ve probably all had bad weeks and months at this point. The #best #summer #songs are uplifting but ephemeral, and the best #karaoke songs will do the trick if you need to #sing out loud, but when you just need a quick pick-me-up, these tried-and-true #happy songs are guaranteed to get you that feeling you’re looking for.

It starts with a head bob, then maybe a toe tap, throw in some shoulder action, and eventually, you’re on your feet and feeling the good vibes. From classics like “Dancing Queen” to more recent hits like Get right and hips don't lie, music is #unstoppable!
We’ve all experienced an emotional connection with music. A good song can make us feel happy or sad, in love or angry. In recent years, scientific studies have confirmed the connection between music and mood.

Some studies have found that listening to music you enjoy may increase the release of pleasure-causing substances in the brain like norepinephrine and melatonin. It may also decrease stress-causing hormone production in the body. As a result, music therapy has the power to do the following:

Reduce #stress/ease anxiety
Improve sleep
Lessen depressed mood
Create #positive #mood
#Boost self-confidence
Increase #energy
Helps strong erection and boosts orgasm
Keep in mind, clinical depression is a serious disorder that should be addressed by a mental health professional, who can help you develop an individualized treatment program.
You’re driving down the road, listening to the radio and a song comes on that flips your happy switch. Immediately you’re in a better mood and ready to take on whatever the day throws at you. The magic of music strikes once more — but how can something so intangible have such a positive effect on us?

When it comes to the human brain, the answer is never a simple one. There’s more than one thing happening to the human brain when we listen to music.

We get dealt a healthy dose of dopamine.
Research has found that when a subject listens to music that gives them the chills, it triggers a release of dopamine to the brain. And if you don’t know, dopamine is a kind of naturally occurring happy chemical we receive as part of a reward system. Now here’s the really interesting part: Dopamine is not only released during peak musical moments but also when we anticipate those moments. It’s like our brain is rewarding us for knowing a really great chorus is just about to hit!

Neurology and nostalgia work hand in hand.
Hearing a song from our adolescence brings back a flood of feelings and memories. By why do those songs have such a strong hold on our emotional core? Our brains develop rapidly between ages 12 and 22 (there’s a reason they call it our “formative” years), so when we make a connection to a song during that time, it’s a strong neurological connection. The massive rush of hormones associated with our pubescent years tells our brains that everything is super important, and that includes whatever music we’re listening to at the time. That’s why when we hear a true throwback to our high school days, it’s a powerful thing.
Positive thinking (and listening) really does work.

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