Music intensifies effects of anti-hypertensive medication

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Research shows anti-hypertensive drugs improve heart rate more in patients who listen to music after taking medication. Among musical genres, classical music is the one with greatest efficiency at reducing arterial pressure; authors of the study speculate whether music acts on the patients’ parasympathetic system, increasing their capability of absorbing medication.

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