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Does music affect everyones' heart rate?
Answer 1:

Yes, according to an article in Scientific American from Luciano Bernardi, a professor of medicine at the University of Pavia in Italy, music induces a continuous, dynamic and predictable change in the cardiovascular system. Prof. Bernardi and his colleges also found that changes in the cardiovascular and respiratory systems mirrored musical tempo.

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music and heart rate


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