Benefits of Learning A Musical Instrument

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Benefits of Learning A Musical Instrument

Whether you’re a working musician, have your own studio or just indulge in the guitar every now and then, the chances are you’ve had fun while playing a musical instrument.:

Whether you’re a working musician, have your own studio or just indulge in the guitar every now and then, the chances are you’ve had fun while playing a musical instrument.

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The enjoyment of playing music, learning an instrument actually has a whole host of other benefits

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Our musical instrument category continues to grow each quarter. 

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Some reasons why everyone should learn to play an instrument :

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Learning an instrument can help you build confidence, whether you’re a fully-grown adult or a shy child.

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Once you take up an instrument, it’s natural to seek out others that are also interested in music or learning the same instrument. Most musicians will at some point want to play with other musicians, further increasing their social circles.

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There have been studies that show playing an instrument helps lower heart rate and blood pressure, helping you feel more relaxed. The act of concentrating can help distract you from a stressful situation that’s on your mind.

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It is incredibly rare for someone to sit down at an instrument for the very first time and be good at it. For many instruments, the first few steps can be the hardest, and getting to a level where you really feel like you can play takes patience, and patience is a great quality for anyone to have.

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Regularly playing an instrument can actually change the shape of your brain, exercising the areas that deal with motor skills, hearing and memory. Music education is also linked to higher IQ levels.

Drums, guitar, violin or flute, all musical instruments require some form of hand-eye coordination. While some instruments require you coordinate just your fingers, others require you to apply this to various limbs and even the way you breathe. Your increased coordination will help you with everything from holding your breath to catching a ball.:

Drums , guitar, violin or flute, all musical instruments require some form of hand-eye coordination. While some instruments require you coordinate just your fingers, others require you to apply this to various limbs and even the way you breathe. Your increased coordination will help you with everything from holding your breath to catching a ball.

The last point, the act of learning an instrument can also improve maths skills. If you are learning to read music, you’ll be required to count notes and decipher rhythms; this all helps boost your maths skills.:

The last point, the act of learning an instrument can also improve maths skills. If you are learning to read music, you’ll be required to count notes and decipher rhythms; this all helps boost your maths skills.

One of the best things, in my opinion, about leaning an instrument is having a greater understanding about cultural history. It’s very easy to just listen to the same types of bands that you really like, but when you learn an instrument, you’re required to listen to genres from various eras that you wouldn’t naturally spend time listening to. As you do this, you’ll start to get enthralled in the background and stories behind some of the different varieties of styles out there, from Jazz to folk to punk and beyond.:

One of the best things, in my opinion, about leaning an instrument is having a greater understanding about cultural history. It’s very easy to just listen to the same types of bands that you really like, but when you learn an instrument, you’re required to listen to genres from various eras that you wouldn’t naturally spend time listening to. As you do this, you’ll start to get enthralled in the background and stories behind some of the different varieties of styles out there, from Jazz to folk to punk and beyond.

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