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Does music have connection with goosebumps?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Jan 08, 2020

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T. Moses

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T. Moses, Copywriter, MA in English, California

Answered Jan 08, 2020

Yes, music has a very strong connection with goosebumps, although the appearance of goosebumps on your skin when listening to music might not be every time. For some people, it is a must for them to have goosebumps on their bodies when listening to certain songs, while some occasionally experience this. Our body responds to this reaction has to do with how emotional we are to some things. Have you ever seen someone crying after listening to a song? Most people of this type will definitely experience goosebumps on their bodies.

Most times, music can change your emotion, especially when you are motivated with the song or when you find the instrumentation of the song very perfect. At this point, one of the ways by which your body can react is by releasing goosebumps on your skin. Most scientific researchers believe that the appearance of goosebumps on your skin when you listen to music tells some things about your brain.

 

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