It can because of the mood it get you in, if its depressing then it can slow it down. And if its exciting it can speed up your heart rate
Absolutely, ever hear of the old saying, music to soothe the savage beast. They have actually done experiments with animals playing music, while being monitored with electrocardiograms and brain activity ect. The wors response was when playing heavy metal, as animals became extremely agitated. Apparently, many farmers will play soothing classical music in barns, helps in the production of eggs and overall health. D chords were once banned by the catholic church due to sounding morose, so they related d chords as demon chords. Pretty wild eh! Also, had a friend who is now a councilor, he wanted to listen to a certain band that I did not care for but it was in my partners collection. I played it and we ended up arguing about opinions on music. Without his noticing, I put on Bach Violin concerto in D minor, and the conversation became calm. When I asked him what we were listening too, he was shocked to realize it was classical. Music is used in hospitals, as well, certain types of music are banned from rehabs due to this
I definitely believe that different types of music affects heart rate because, as in studies shown, some music is considered relaxing; causing mental and physical relaxation. For example; classical and jazz. But if the music is fast and upbeat, studies show that people get excited and the heart rate increases. So basically, if the music is slow and soothing, the heart rate will decrease. If the music has a fast pace your heart rate will increase.
It depends on what type of music you listen to
No matter what type of music you listen to your heart rate will change
It depends on the individual listening and what they're doing. Some music is considered relaxing and can slow the heart rate by causing mental and physical relaxation. Some music causes more powerful emotions and physical excitement that can release adrenaline and increase heart rate. The reactions to different types of music vary widely from person to person, though, so the music itself is not the direct cause.
It don't mater what kind of music you listen to your heart rate is going to change no matter what type of music it is
Well a lot of people that listen to heavy metal music head bang to it or mosh to it. If you are headbanging or moshing that will certainly make your heart rate go up because your body is doing a physical activity. It is basically the same thing as exercising...it will make your heart rate jump.