post xmas blues? music is the answer

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If you’re anything like us, the festive period started on the 1st December and finished less than 24 hours ago. You may already have your own methods of recovering from the party shenanigans and coping mechanisms for the January blues such as 5-htp but, it may surprise you to know that listening to music may also help.

When you listen to your favourite tracks, a part of your brain called the nucleus accumbent activates, triggering a release of the ‘motivation and pleasure chemical’ dopamine. Dopamine is the same chemical that gets released during sex or when we eat the foods we love.

A study published in the Journal of Music Therapy found that listening to your favourite type of music lowers your perception of tension, making you more likely to be happier and productive during stressful situations [1] such as the 1st day back to work! So with this in mind; we thought we’d share Seapora’s debut album for that moment you realise you're overwhelmed, underpaid and nothing’s changed (#happy2016)

If you have an eclectic taste in music and often sift through playlists, from ambient to indie to electronica on what seems like a never-ending search for the perfect tunes to keep you in the zone, Seapora won’t disappoint. Her diversity of genres has tracks for everybody and you’ll hear everything from pop and house to downtempo and straight up bass music.

Let us know what you think and what works for you.

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