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How can Art improve a person's Lifespan? | Everything You Need To Know | Plop Info

Science confirms what all art lovers already knew in their heart: art appreciation promotes quality of life and makes you feel good. The feeling of desire and affection that we have when we fall romantically for someone is the result of our brain releasing dopamine, a feel-good chemical. Our brain has the same kind of pleasurable feelings when we admire great artworks, such as The Birth of Venus, by Sandro Botticelli, or other masterpieces by great artists like Monet, Turner and Constable. Other researches have shown that listening to a favorite musical piece stimulates dopamine production in the brain, also promoting positive emotions.

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