The effect of music
What could be better than enjoying your coffee with music!
Or drink a Siffleux, for those who can't tolerate caffeine.😉
By listening to music we like, our brain releases dopamine, a neurotransmitter that provides a feeling of pleasure, and which helps reduce stress and anxiety. It is for this reason that music has a beneficial effect on our mood and well-being.
Music has the ability to make us relax and take us out of our daily concerns. The Canadian Association of Music Therapists tells us that when words are no longer enough to express emotions, music plays this role and fills the void.
The Effect of a Whistler
Whistlers taste like coffee, and they're caffeine-free.
The mission of Les Siffleux is to create a good mood.
But how to do it?
Good mood is obtained when we have fun, and when we have enough vitamins to support our body. Because without vitamins, we have less energy, and without energy, we have less good mood...
It's not scientific my business, it's logical.
Just the lack of vitamin B can cause us to feel tired, and even depressed.
That's why Whistlers are made with berries, like blueberries and cranberries, to add plenty of antioxidants to the cup. In addition, other plants are added to support the body, such as burdock, astragalus, or maca, which provide their share of benefits, such as adding iron and magnesium.
A musical discovery
It's nice to discover musical styles and genres that we thought we wouldn't like. Today, I discover "bebop" a musical genre derived from "jazz".
In two words, Bebop is improvisation and rather fast jazz music.
I let you discover here:
Marie-Hélène for the Siffleux