The study was conducted by employees of the University of Tsukuba. They assessed the mood and cognitive functions of the brain in 33 young people immediately after playing sports, according to the Mir 24 TV channel.
During training, one group of athletes listened to music, while the other heard only the coach’s commands. The results showed that the first group had higher mood elevation and cognitive function than the second.
“Exercise with music was more likely to boost mood than exercise with audible cues,” the study authors noted.
As we wrote earlier, American scientists managed to develop a special earpiece that improves auditory learning by stimulating the vagus nerve.