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Could psytrance and other types of electronic music actually promote mental health and clarity?

  • They already are

    Integrating Psytrance, binaural beats, and certain electronic music has been shown to help with relaxation, sleep, and a byproduct being, arousal. There is just a fine line between these electronic sounds and ASMR, Binaural, and clinically used sound escapes. It's a wonderful thing that there are already some things in the general public.

  • Yes, electronic music can help.

    I believe very much that electronic music has a positive effect on mental health and clarity. I have read that electronic music is being used to work with some Alzheimer's patients and it has helped them to communicate. Whether it is the tones, the blended sounds that work, or just the overall pattern of the sounds, there definitely seems to be something to this that needs further exploration.

  • Music therapy is helpful.

    Yes, psytrance and other types of electronic music can actually promote mental health and clarity, because it is similar to any other types of meditations. Psytrance and electric music is similar to mediation, because it gives someone a beat to relax to. This can help a person clear their minds and refocus their mental health.

  • If The Listener Believes

    I personally do not believe that psytrance and other types of electronic music promote mental health and clarity for me personally, but for a person who believe or is more moved by that music then it most certainly could. Mental health is very subjective and there are a lot of ways to maintain it, but it very much depends on the individual.

  • Yes, music can calm the mind

    Yes, psytrance and other types of electronic music can promote mental health and clarity by drowning out racing thoughts and having a calming effect on the mind, almost producing a meditative state. A calm mind helps focus and productivity and can lead to a more relaxed state of mental being and physical health.

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