Diamonds are nothing more than a pure carbon mutation. All this, of course, after huge pressures and a lot of fire.
Parallels with people are not lacking!
In fact, despite the unjust outcry, marginalization, and even persecution, not only did they manage to stand on their own two feet, but they also became successful in the areas they chose to engage in.
Basically, what cannot be burned will shine later, just as diamonds do.
The story of metal music looks exactly like this.
From the demonization to the full stages, there were a lot to go and a lot of pain.
But even its followers had been targeted by various circles of ignorant, prejudiced conservatives.
However, quite often new research comes out, which proves that metal music has something special, as do its fans.
Theoretically, this music is identified with aggression and generally with a lot of energy.
But, there are many who insist that this music works like melatonin for them, helping them to sleep.
Obviously, this is not a coincidence, as research is coming to confirm the above.
That is, listening to metal music can have both positive and negative effects on the sleep process.
That, of course, depends on whether we are fans of this music.
Lovers of hard music can easily understand the positive effect on their bodies.
Of course, those who prefer softer sounds are more likely to be stressed.
After all, does metal music help you sleep?
As we read on bravewords.com, scientists believe that this music has a negative effect on the mood of people who do not embrace it.
Reduces the ability to orient and causes short-term memory loss.
And all this causes a feeling of anxiety.
What is interesting is that all these negative effects of extreme music are amplified as soon as the listener stops listening to this music.
One can easily understand that the constant feeling of anxiety, as well as the increase of stress, have a negative effect on sleep.
That’s why people who are not particularly crazy about heavy sounds should not fall asleep listening to metal.
It is obvious that we should not insist on introducing people close to us to this music unless they themselves show interest.
One wonders if we are purposeful with what we write since people who have demonized metal music will find a strong argument to continue the whining that has surrounded us for decades.
It all depends on the correct reading of the research and specifically on the “news behind the news”.
As with everything, every coin has two sides.
The positive side of metal
As I mentioned above, if you do not listen to this music, of course, it will not help you in your sleep.
But what if you are a fan of metal?
Things are simple, if you like this music, its effects are positive.
This is a research that proves once again that metalheads are special people with different reactions.
Is this an evolutionary line? This question will probably not be answered very soon.
So, the fans of this music, every time they put to listen to their favorite genre, present a number of positive feelings, which have a great impact on their body.
It helps them to assimilate their own feelings, managing to process their negative thoughts, and explore their true feelings.
As a general conclusion, people who love metal music, unlike those who do not accept it, feel a weakening of their phobias, reduction of stress, and even depression.
In addition, it significantly reduces social stress.
Most importantly, however, is that hard music helps isolated and/or marginalized individuals in social interaction and proper communication.
In fact, research shows that because of this music, its fans can easily relax and concentrate on their own emotions.
Relieving them at the same time from the feeling of fear, sadness, and stress.
So when a metalhead tells you: “I fell asleep listening to Slayer (or some similar favorite band)”, he is not lying!!!
We do not know, of course, whether we will all follow the path of the OZZY, whose DNA has been mutated, probably for other reasons.
But surely, it can calm us down and help us concentrate.
And who knows maybe it can change us for the better… because of the right reasons now.
Or are the metalheads, by their nature, made of another material?