The Crimson Room   1403 Larimer St  Denver,CO80202   (720) 639-6987
The Crimson Room
1403 Larimer St
DenverCO 80202
 (720) 639-6987
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Why Jazz is Good for the Soul

Why Jazz is Good for the Soul

Jazz is more than amazing music; this type of music is good for your mind, body and soul. When you listen to the sounds of a great jazz song, it affects your mind, emotions and body. Learning about the positive effects may entice you to take in a live show more frequently or turn on jazz music when you are in a bad mood. Here are a few of the ways that jazz music is good for your soul. 

The Positive Effects Jazz Emotionally Has On You

One of the biggest affects that jazz music can have on you is the ability to help you relax. If you listen to relaxing jazz music, you will notice a decrease in anxiety, you will feel less tense, and you will be able to sleep better. In fact, jazz music is just as effective at decreasing anxiety as a massage. And jazz is so effective at improving your mood that studies have shown that those who regularly listen to jazz music are 25 percent less likely to be depressed than those who do not. 

The Positive Effects Jazz Mentally Has On You

Jazz music has a positive effect on you mentally as well. Upbeat jazz music has been shown to help you increase and improve your ability to focus, increase your motivation and boost your productivity. It also helps your verbal memory. If you are struggling to concentrate at home, school or work, or you are an employer looking to improve your employee's work production, pop on some jazz music. 

One of the biggest affects that jazz music can have on you is the ability to help you relax. If you listen to relaxing jazz music, you will notice a decrease in anxiety, you will feel less tense, and you will be able to sleep better.

The Positive Effects Jazz Physically Has on You

Last but not least, jazz also has a positive effect on you physically when you listen to it regularly. Jazz music helps to expand your blood vessels, which can help decrease your blood pressure by up to 30 percent. This is the equivalent of losing ten pounds of body fat. If you are suffering from chronic pain, jazz can bring you some relief. Regular listeners report feeling less chronic pain in their body than non-regular listeners. And lastly, listening to jazz for at least 30 minutes per day helps to boost your immune system. This helps to prevent you from getting sick, and if you do get sick, it decreases the severity of the illness. 

Be sure to visit us at The Crimson Room to take in a dose of live jazz. We are Denver's best live jazz venue featuring a unique, intimate space. Stop in to listen while sipping on exceptional drinks with a date, make it your stop for your next girl's night out or host a fun-filled birthday party with us. To learn more about our venue, menu or hours, visit our website today. 

We have open mic night and jazz night every Thursday! Contact us