Have slow and regular breathing. The chinese character

Have you ever been listening to music in your car and notice your heart starting to beat faster?  I have noticed, and I always wondered why.  Some people use music as a type of therapy for the heart.  People say your heart beat will change and try to mimic the beat.  I am going to do this expermite because I am curious to find out if your heart really does change when you listen to music.   In my experiment I am going to be testing people’s heart rate while they are listening to different types of music to see if it changes. What does music do to the heart? Music provides a psychological response that stimulates the sympathetic nervous system that can increase and or decrease the heart rate depending on the tempo of the music.  Effects of emotion and affective traits on the heart activity are due to several pathways transmitting information into the cardiac nerve plexus, like the autonomic and endocrine pathways, blood pressure, and the blood gases.  Then again afferent neurons, ( which is a nerve cell ),  provide the autonomic nervous system with information on blood pressure as well as the mechanical and chemical milieu, ( which is a person’s social environment ), of the heart. Music-evoked emotions also can form shivers and or goosebumps.  Music-evoked emotions have effects on the heart activity.  Emotions such as anxiety, stress, and or relaxation ( which music can cause) have effects on circulating hormones such as adrenalin and angiotensin II ( which causes an increase in blood pressure ).  Music can cause the heart to have exciting and relaxing effects. How can music help patients with heart disease? Music can be a type of therapy. It is commonly used for people undergoing a cardiac procedure or for people recovering from a heart attack.  Music can reduce the amount of anxiety the patient is having.  The music can also reduce the amount of pain, but it is a very small reduction. Music has been used in hypertensive patients to lower blood pressure by guiding slow and regular breathing.  The chinese character for medicine includes the character for music. What does music do to the heart rate?  Music has been proven to affect the heart rate. For adults, the normal resting heart beat is between 60 and 100 beats per minute.  As for kids, the normal resting heart beat is 70 to 100 beats per minute.  Different types of music will affect your heart differently.  Whether the heart beats faster or slower depends on the music.  Faster music will make your heart beat increase while slower music will decrease the heart beat. It only makes sense, since the heart will try to mimic the music your listening to. Loud music will also make your heart beat faster while softer music will make the heart lower and or steady.  That is because loud music raises your anxiety will softer music lowers it.   In conclusion, music