The piano is something I’m convinced almost anyone can pick up on. In fact, according to a survey by the ABRSM, over 34% of adults in the U.K currently play the piano. Why is this the case? Because as perhaps one of the simplest skills to pick up, it can open doors to an immense amount of other experiences.
Learning piano is the building blocks to not just music, but a more creative way of thinking in general. And while you might find it a little silly to learn a new skill later on in life, I assure it’s something numerous folks do every day. Here’s why:
While some folks might find exercise, cooking, or even reading as their outlet, a lot of people find music to be one of the most therapeutic activities out. In fact, according to statistics compiled by NAMM, in a review of 23 studies of over 1,500 patients, playing music was noted to reduce heart rate, blood pressure, and anxiety. The act of creating something can be widely beneficial to the body, mind, and spirit, as well as something you should consider implementing your routine.
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