Benefits of Going to Concerts That We Don’t Think About

If you love music, or better yet, if you play music yourself, and you aren’t attending concerts, then you’re really missing out. Sure, you can load up high-quality recordings of live shows from multiple angles on YouTube but if you think that a recorded live show can come anywhere near the real thing then you’ve obviously never been to a real concert and now is the best time for you to do so. There’s a great line-up of Cleveland concerts in 2019 that you ought to check out; who knows, maybe you’ll find a show that suits your musical palette as well!

If you need more reasons why you should spend money and take time out to go see a live show, then we’ve got you covered. Check out these proven surprising benefits of attending a concert.

Concerts Relieve Pain

You probably think that we’re pulling your leg here and you may even have chuckled at that subheading but we assure you – we are a hundred percent serious and so are the doctors that conducted the study that resulted in this finding. Listening to live music is found to produce an actual analgesic effect in some people. We can thank our endorphins and dopamine for this.

A Sense of Community

Have you ever felt lonely? Like it’s you against the world and that no one really gets you? It really sucks to feel that way but if you attend concerts, then you can avoid ever feeling this way again. The moment you step into the venue, you’ll be surrounded by so many people that love the same music as you and might even relate to it on the same personal level as you as well. The feeling of being connected to so many people at the same time is the biggest reassurance that you aren’t alone.