Music alters constitutively expressed opiate and cytokine processes in listeners.

@article{Stefano2004MusicAC,
  title={Music alters constitutively expressed opiate and cytokine processes in listeners.},
  author={G B Stefano and Wei Zhu and Patrick Cadet and Elliott J Salamon and Kirk J. Mantione},
  journal={Medical science monitor : international medical journal of experimental and clinical research},
  year={2004},
  volume={10 6},
  pages={MS18-27}
}
BACKGROUND Listening to music as a means of inducing a sense of calm and relaxation has been known for some time. Although these effects are robust, little research has been conducted into exploring the underlying neurochemical changes, which must occur to provide an individual with these objective sensations. MATERIAL/METHODS In the current report we utilize an AB design to explore observed differences in blood plasma signaling molecules in pre- and post music listening groups when compared… CONTINUE READING
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