Does Music Give You Chills?

Sept. 7, 2017; ( Here’s how music can affect your emotions and how some people are more sensitive to music than others.

Matthew Sachs, a PhD student at USC published a study last year on music and neuroscience investigating people who get the chills from music proving their brains are more well connected.

“I sort of feel that my breathing is going with the song, my heart is beating slower and I’m feeling just more aware of the song — both the emotions of the song and my body’s response to it,” Alissa Der Sarkissian, a research assistant at USC’s Brain and Creativity Institute said.

The study found that people who get the chills from music actually have structural differences in their brains and have a higher volume of fibers that connect their auditory cortex to other areas associated with emotional processing.

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