When going on a trip, whether on a train, a bus, a plane, or an accommodation at Norfolk Island, listening to music is one of the best things to do. For many years, music is and will still be a significant part of people lives. It is proven that people have an emotional attachment to it. It has the influencing power to alter a person emotional state. Music, depending on what is listen to, can make people happy, sad, nostalgic, disgust, confident, and so on.
WHY IS MUSIC AND TRAVEL A PERFECT COMBINATION?
Do you have motion sickness? Did you know that music can help divert your attention and keep you distracted in a pleasing and enjoyable way? Yes, music can inhibit nausea and reduce your discomfort and restlessness while you travel.
When traveling for long hours and distances, the tendency is you become idle. As the saying goes “An idle brain is the devil’s workshop.” Keep your mind occupied and engaged by listening to great music.
Travelling can be distressful for many, from cancelled flights, crowded areas, unsanitary circumstances, and so forth. Listening to great music can take control over you, give you a positive vibe, and make you joyful regardless the unpleasant situations when travelling since music is a natural stress reliever.
Soothing music can help you relax, lessen sleeplessness or insomnia, and lets you fall asleep and sleep better.
At the end of your travel, you tend to think about the things (and the stress) you’ll be going back to such as work-related matters like deadlines, meetings, and having to deal with difficult colleagues and clients. Since music is a stress reliever, it calms your mind and gives your mind peace (at least for a while).
Here’s some great road trip music that you can enjoy on your next travel:
- “Little Red Corvette” by Prince
- “Here I Go Again” by Whitesnake
- “Keep the Car Running” by Arcade Fire
- “Truckin’” by Grateful Dead
- “Take It Easy” by the Eagles
- “America” by Simon and Garfunkel
- “I’ve Been Everywhere” by Johnny Cash
- We Are Young – Fun. ft. Janelle Monáe
- Feel Good – Gorillaz
- “Fast Car” by Tracy Chapman