Heart Rate and Music Essay

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Different types of music can change anyone’s mood, and for me music affects my mood a lot. For example if I'm listening to a classical relaxing song, my whole body will relax. And if I'm listening to a song that makes me happy, it will change my mood for a long period of time in this specific day. One day, I was listening for a hard metal song, I felt that the tempo of the music affected my body, like my body was nearly vibrating. So, I have chosen this topic to do a research on to see if music can really affect your heart rate. I believe that music can affect your heart rate a lot, if you're listening to a loud music your heart rate will increase and if you're listening to a calm music, you'll relax and your heart rate will be very normal and good to your body. For example the faster the tempo of the song is, the higher your heart rate will be, and the slower the tempo of the song is, the lower your heart rate will be. In this research paper, I'll show you some of the results of psychologists who did this experiment before, and I'll discuss their results and we will see if their results are compatible with my hypothesis. Then I'll explain how I'll do the experiment and show you the results in statistics, and I'll try to prove that my hypothesis is right. I'll discuss the results and if my hypothesis is wrong I'll explain to you why it is wrong. And maybe this experiment will show that there is a big relation between music and heart-rate. What is heart rate? The heart rate is regulated by the medulla, which is found in the hind brain. Heart rate is determined by the number of heartbeats per unit of time, typically expressed as beats per minute, it can vary with as the body's need for oxygen changes, such as during exercise or sleep. Heart rate is measured by finding the pulse of the body. This pulse rate can be measured at any point on the body where an

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