If I'm stressed and I let to let some steam of I listen to some good Hardstyle like Headhunterz of Noisecontrollers.
Four Seasons from Vivaldi and the stress goes immediately away! It works!
for me it's little different
If I'm stressed i will not listen music, i will go to my bad and take a nap. and for me its always works. when I wake up the stress will gone. May be for others it will work,
if i'm stressed i'm more than likely angry over something, so heavy metal and hard rock do the trick,... a great outlet for my anger
Very soothing music. Quite often, Andrea Boccelli. I have his CD's and love listening to him when I want to simply relax, after a hectic day. I also have numerous albums....YES, LP records (This Baby Boomer loves the music from her era) Johnny Mathis, Johnny Nash, Gene Pitney, Petula Clark......I enjoy this music any time, actually, but when I'm stressed, especially. I honestly don't have much stress in my life, since I've retired and taken control of my own life and time....)!
Simply, music is my everything, and my taste usually stays the same, no matter the mood. Norwegian, or Swedish progressive metal, all the way!
Enya, Mozart, Vivaldi and Loreena Mckennett are always my first choices at stressful times.
Lately I've been listening to the Zac Brown Band and their music relaxes me, makes me smile and makes me want to shake my money maker! )
Keith Urban is still my #1.
Classical music, conservative Christian music, and music by the Gaither Vocal Band.
by Linda Crampton 9 years ago
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by Lynsey Hart 4 years ago
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Some times the music would be so riveting that you keep listening.Do you that?
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