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There’s A Surprising Reason Why The Music You Loved From Ages 12–22 Makes Your Body Surge With Happiness


Like many commenters on Nikki’s video, I had a major “a-ha” moment while watching. She further explained that when listening to our favorite music from this critical time in our lives, “our bodies will experience surges of dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin, which will increase optimism, inspiration, meaning in life, memory, emotion regulation, and social connectedness.”

Personally, my early 2000s playlist has gotten me through many anxious episodes and pushed me through those days when I’m feeling extra unmotivated (so, yes, it’s more than just my karaoke playlist).

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