Music is possibly the best invention (at least one of them) made by mankind. Who doesn't listen to music now? Whether it's the latest hit from Dr Dre is (maybe this hip-hopper is long gone, what do I know about Hip Hop?) for Vivaldi's Four Seasons, people have been making and appreciating music since the dawn of time, in all cultures and in all places in the world. And that's not for nothing. Music does something to us, it moves us and motivates us. It can make us joyful and jubilant, or it can plunge us into a depression, it can make us afraid, or it can make us brave and courageous.

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Music tells a story, it conveys emotions, and it does much, much more for most people. It's hard to imagine a world without music! So, important stuff. But, on the other hand, how many visible, appreciable benefits of music are there exactly? We don't want to miss music, but why not? The benefits of music are largely invisible to the eye, they are mental, psychological, or for some people even 'spiritual'.

All nice and nice, those elusive, untouchable, music benefits, but how music affects GamStop players when betting on their favourite games. In this article, we will discuss the most important effects of music on virtual gamblers. Plus, we'll recommend the top tracks that gamblers love outside of GamStop.


Imagine, one class with and one class without music lessons. Which class do you think has the highest average IQ, and visual agility? If you think that these kinds of character traits are not influenced by the music lessons, then you are wrong. Indeed, as you probably expected, the music-lesson class scores on average higher on both IQ tests and visual dexterity tests. At least, this is what researchers Forgeard and colleagues found in a 2008 study. They compared eight to 11-year-old students on exactly these variables and found that music can make us not only more musical but also smarter. Of course, gamblers like to be smarter, especially players who are passionate about the table and card games. Fortunately, music makes them smarter and more confident. These feelings make the players inside the mod even more. Although headphones are not allowed in traditional casinos, non GamStop casinos do, of course. Each game has its own music. However, players can cancel this music and play their favourite songs or music.

Feel the Shivers Run Down Your Spine

Everyone knows the feeling, I suppose. A piece of music is so good for some reason, it sends shivers down your spine. If you recognize this, you're in good company, according to Nusbaum and Silvia. In a study in 2010, they found that more than 90% of us feel shivers as a result of some pieces of music.

The strength of this feeling seems to depend on our personalities, the scientists say. People who have a great 'openness to new experiences' as a character trait are more likely to experience shivers as a result of music. Moreover, this character trait is also linked to the likelihood that one plays a musical instrument and experiences music as an important element in life.

Being Happy Through Music

Some people experience music so intensely that it can make them spontaneously happy. Not everyone reacts so strongly to music, but nevertheless, listening to music can make it easier to become happy. At least, that's how it goes if you're open to the effects. How does that work?

In 2013, Ferguson and Sheldon investigated whether passive listening versus active listening to music could make a difference in the effect on happiness. And yes, it could! People who actively listened to music, to make it happier, were many times more successful than the people who didn't actively listen to the music. In other words, music can make you happy, but you have to put a little effort into it, you have to actively listen to the pieces. This definitely adds more excitement and fun to the gaming experience that you get from non GamStop casinos.

Singing Brings People Together

I'm not sure if this is the way to meet the love of your life, but the fact is that singing brings people together. And not just physically. Of course, people have to come together physically to make music together, for example in choirs or orchestras. But this activity can also bring us together relationally. In 2013, Finnish researchers Eerola and Eerola examined how high school students responded to extensive music lessons and activities. Their findings show, among other things, that the students who took part in these music lessons were more satisfied with almost all aspects of high school life. So not only the music lessons themselves but also other subjects.

In a Dip, Music Makes You Less Sad!

Apologies in advance for the failed attempt at rhyming! In fact, the influence of music on our mood is the number one reason people listen to music. Some pieces of music can bring down our moods because they are sad. Such is the power of music. But some people actually get inspired by sombre pieces of music and take courage from them.

Kawakami and colleagues found out how that works in 2013. The thing is, for some people the experience of mixed emotions that music can evoke, some sad and some happy is in itself a pleasurable sensation. Other people hear the sadness in the music but can distance themselves from it, and as a result, these people feel less sad because they have 'put away' some of their own sadness along with the music. Handy to know if you are in a winter slump. Just listen a little to Celine Dion's ' My Heart Will Go On '!

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Billie Eilish – Bad Guy (1.9 Billion Streams). Of course, the pop sensation of recent years, Billie Eilish, is on the list of most listened to songs on Spotify. However, she has to make do with tenth place.

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello – Señorita (1.968 million streams). The beloved Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello scored a big hit worldwide in 2019 with the sultry song Señorita. If we all listen to the song again.

Post Malone and Swae Lee – Sunflower (2.064 million streams). The first issue of Post Malone in the list. This song is featured on the soundtrack of the movie “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”. It was also a modest hit in the Netherlands. 

Lewis Capaldi – Someone You Loved (2.122 million streams). Not bad, over 2 billion streams on Spotify with your debut single. It happened to Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi.