Music effect on humans.

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fastsandslash
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Music effect on humans.

Post by fastsandslash » Mon Jul 26, 2010 11:04 am

I don't know if this belongs here, but here goes:

I don't know what music does to someone but I think I have a problem. I have always loved music, but only recently have I become a little crazy about it. I need to have my particular "dose" of music, or else I become agitated and frustrated. If I don't get my music, I often scream or hit things (resulting in a VERY sore hand). I basically thrive off either studying or music. If I don't have my music, I also feel sad and lonely. Is it possible to be addicted to music in this sort of way? How do I stop this? What chemical processes occur in my brain to result in this? Basically, what do I do? :?

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Post by JackBean » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:55 pm

IMHO you can be addicted to anything, what's pleasurable to you. If is it music, than to music ;)

Just stop listening to the music and you will see.
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