Listening To Music In The Car
While out driving, there’s nothing better than putting on the car stereo and listening to music in the car. Whenever you’re going on any meaningful journey, like more than 10 minutes, you should crank the amplifier, subwoofer, and your car speakers with your head unit and get those tunes blasting.
Why is it that so many people prefer listening to music in the car? Is it purely just for pleasure or does music have a way to influence our lives that we may not even realize?
Driving can be a mundane task, especially in the city. When you get into your vehicle, you adjust the heating or air conditioning, the mirrors, and then the stereo. Or do you make sure your car stereo is cranked on first?
Listening To Music In The Car Can Relax You
Listening to music in the car can make all the difference to your state of mind. It can mean the difference of being wired (in a bad way) or being nice and relaxed. And the best thing now, you can get wifi for your car and stream tunes if need be.
And of course I don’t mean putting you to sleep. I mean, listening to music in the car can put your mind at ease by helping you eradicate the insidious negativity that infiltrates our psyche.
Today’s city roadways are jammed full of traffic, and trying to make it to work on time can put us in a cranky mood. And with so many people fighting for space on the packed roads every morning, it’s no wonder 40 million adults suffer from anxiety.
You look at some drivers and they’re terrified behind the wheel. It always makes me wonder what they’re listening to. Maybe they should put blast out some Zen and be done. Either way, music can make all the difference while out driving.
Have you ever seen a snake charmer play the flute putting a snake into a trance-like state? The snake responds to the music, and even though they are dangerous, the music calms them enough to be less harmful. Okay, so you probably won’t see that on your morning commute, but that’s the effect listening to music in the car can have on you.
Think about it, your system has warmed up, your tunes are flowing, but the traffic is hardly moving. Without music you have too many moments to think about your predicament, and you end up becoming the 40 millionth and one person to get anxiety.
But it’s no laughing matter. So cranking those tunes up to help you through any drive will make you feel more realxed. Think about it: how much better do you feel when your favourite tune comes on and your music is so clear and loud that people’s heads are turning?
That song connects with you, and others in your vicinity if you have a decent system. It may motivate you, inspire you, and make you want to dance, while on your commute, it may even put a smile on one of the other anxious drivers. That’s how powerful music can be to people, and repitles of course.
Charmed? Let’s hope the next time you’re out blasting the tunes those around you can see how relaxed and happy you are, and it encourages them to turn up their volume too.
Listening To Music In The Car Stimulates You
As well as being relaxed, listening to music while driving can enhance your senses,and if you have your heads up display installed you can drive pretty much worry free. It can touch your emotions and allow you to create memories. Think of any celebration you have ever been to, music has probably been a huge part of that event.
Music can be uplifting and put a spring in your step. When you are traveling life’s highways and dealing with crazy and anxious drivers, thanks to traffic delays and traffic lights, think of all the stress that builds up on those journeys.
Have you ever stopped beside someone in traffic that was singing and moving their body to their tunes and you didn’t? I bet they were more stimulated than you. They may have the volume up so loud that their amplifier makes the whole highway aware of their presence.
It’s happened to me a few times, and I could always see their happiness? Not anymore, I always crank my volume up while I’m listening to music in the car, and it invigorates me. It stimulates it. It gets me ready for the day, and most days I get to work with a smile on my face.
Sitting in traffic seemingly for hours on end can be difficult, but the music makes everything better, especially if you have a good quality car stereo system that can invigorate the senses.
Upgrading Your Car Stereo To Help Enhance Your Experience
If you love music, but you have a lackluster head unit in your car, then consider getting some 6.5 Component speakers, 6×9 speakers, a 10 or 12 inch subwoofer, and an 4 channel amplifier. You can go even further and invest in a DSP and enjoy crystal clear quality stereo sound and be able to listen to music in the car at some absolute volumes.
I love the whole car shaking and vibrating with good tunes, especially on my commute. Of course everyone is different, but the point is to have a good car speakers system and get the best out of them. it will not only enhance your drive, but enhance your mood.
Did you know that some people can’t drive without their stereo on? It’s because that peaceful calm that music brings is just undeniable. Nothing can move you more than a love song. Nothing can make you want to sing more than some classic Rock n Roll, and nothing makes you want to move your body more than some classic House Music.
To manipulate a Shakespeare phrase: while out driving, you have two choices: to do or not to do. If you do listen to music in the car, your mood will be stimulated. If you don’t you might end up with the anxiety Romeo had and we all know how that ended up
Next time you’re out there behind the wheel, crank on the music. It doesn’t matter how loud it is, just do it to your liking. Either way, you’ll be happier and not only you but your workmates will benefit too.