Listening makes us feel more connected to one another. –76% percent of people feel an instant connection when they know someone likes the same music and 70% saygood taste in music makes someone more attractive.
Listening can intensify our intimate moments – 59% percent of people say the right music can make sex much better and56% percent felt the right music can make them more adventurous in the bedroom. 27%percent of listeners have turned up their music so others wouldn’t hear them having sexand 22% percent pick music based on the type of sex they want to have.
Listening elevates our emotions and reduces our stress – 54% percent of people say music has made them either laugh or cry unexpectedly. Listening can reach us on deepemotional levels, 68% say listening to music improves their mood and 74% percent feel less stressed when listening to a favorite song.
Listening makes us more productive and creative - Music helped people get moredone than drinking coffee and put listeners in a positive mood at work. Surveyrespondents say productivity increased by 50% percent or more and half say theywouldn't be as successful as they've been without music.
Listening helps us realize our health goals - 75% percent of people who exercise regularly say music has made a bigger impact on their fitness than any supplement. Meanwhile, 81% say listening to great music inspires them to achieve greatness in their fitness and 77% say if they’re thinking about skipping a workout, music can help gett hem started.essories.”
More on the survey from Sonos here.