Quick Tips for Enjoying Your First Live Music in Napa Restaurants
Whether it’s the perfect song after a bad break-up, or something relaxing to listen to while you study, there are endless ways that music makes our hearts and souls feel better. But research shows that music can have benefits for our bodies, too.
The Mayo Clinic points out that music can have effects ranging from reducing feelings of physical pain to boosting memory…
A doctoral thesis from the University of Gothenburg reveals that listening to music every day lowers stress. The thesis was based on the results of two studies, which showed that people who listened to music also felt positive emotions.
With a bevy of health benefits, you may be inclined to listen to more music on your MP3 player. However, if you want to gain the benefits of listening to music while stimulating more than just your ears, you may want to consider listening to live music in Napa.
People who frequent live performances will be quick to tell you that listening to live music is much better than listening to a recording. Of course, this all depends on a variety of factors. If this will be your first time listening to a live performance, here are a few tips to help make it much more enjoyable:
Start Off with Something Familiar
When listening to live music for the first time, you’ll want to look for something familiar, just so you don’t become too overwhelmed. Fortunately, established Napa casinos like Twin Pine Casino & Hotel regularly book popular recording artists to perform.
Wear Ear Protection
If you want to sit in the front row, you’ll want to wear some form of ear protection before the performance starts. Your proximity to the speakers and the overall volume of the music can result in tinnitus, a buzzing or ringing in your ears. Luckily, many modern earplugs significantly reduce the risk of damaging your hearing, yet allow you to hear music as if you weren’t wearing earplugs in the first place.
Listen with Both Ears
More often than not, you end up trying to split your listening skills between the band and your friend(s). Obviously, splitting your attention won’t allow you to enjoy either one. Try focusing both ears on the band performing. After all, it’s the main reason why you went to the gig in the first place (no offense to your friends).
(Source: Music And Health: 11 Ways Playing And Listening To Music Help Both Body And Mind; The Huffington Post; April 11, 2012)