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how music improves the brain ??

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it makes u hallusinate
It likes makes you calmer,imo and also it helps you concentrate .I listen to music every time I do homework or something.
http://www.livescience.com/7950-music-improves-brain-function.html

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the brain improves the brain
haha the first answer is even funnier
It opens different parts of your brain, it makes it easier to understand things and also helps you concentrate.
First, I would like to say "how music improves the brain ??" is not a question. Second, the reason to brain responds so well to music is that it helps combine the efforts of the left and right brain to help you learn faster. In a nutshell.
@tanner23456 as long as it has a question mark on the end of the sentence it is a question.
haha, no, it's really really not. It might be better stated as. "How does music influence the brain?" Just for future reference.

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