As we all know that goosebumps are related to something horror. But have you ever noticed the goosebumps you experience while listening to your favorite songs. Whenever the chorus of a great song explodes, it turns into sudden goosebumps up and down your arms. This skin phenomenon is very commonly associated with the cold or unpleasant sensations, but how it can be related to good songs or tune? Why does this happen to some people and not others?
People who often experiences such skin sensations are now have the answer. According to a study conducted by Oxford Academic Study to know the reason behind this phenomenon, the researchers discovered that it something has to do with brain structure. It is studied that people who feel the chills while listening to good music have more fibers in their the auditory cortex of your brain (which processes the information you hear) and your brain’s emotional processing centers. This means that such person connects more as compare to the average person. In brief words, it tells that your brain is capable of a wider, and more intense, range of emotions.
According to Study author Matthew Sachs, this information can be related to a good use. As the research is still in it’s early stages, he states that, “these revelations could have an impact on the treatment of depressive disorders.” Also good music could help people to get rid of depression, and allows positive feelings to enter the brain. Scientifically, it is proved that music can bring instant happiness.
So, turn the volume high and feel the positive chills of goosebumps.