If you are finding the answer to the benefits of playing the Piano. Well, I must say, first ask yourself, are there any disadvantages to it? Well, I bet you won’t be able to find one except for the fact that this might become an addiction if you ask a hardcore pianist. So, if you still don’t believe me, here are the points supporting my statement.
Digital Pianos with Weighted Keys are usually preferred by all the players including beginners because of it’s convenience and enhances the whole playing experience.
Learning Piano improves your skills in five significant ways.
- Improves Creativity
Playing the Piano is not only about pressing keys in sequence; it includes a lot of dedication, motivation, and concentration. All the things, when done in proper coordination, give rise to perfect music. Playing the Piano improves your Intellectual skills by improving your memory and improving your brain speed.
In addition to this, it also helps in maintaining focus and improving one’s concentration. This makes us more creative and boosts our abilities to learn more, helping us in every aspect of life.
- Boosts Learning Abilities
Running fingers over keys in such synchronization to get some useful and melodious tone is not just about luck or anything. It is the fruit of proper dedication and concentration. One, not with talent but with an everlasting desire to prove, can only learn this art.
It’s not only about playing too, but it also includes remembering the proper sequence of notes and when to play them. And so, indulging in playing piano boosts our learning abilities too.
- Relieves Stress and Anxiety
Problems such as Anxiety and Stress are shared among all. Not only adults but children and even teenagers nowadays are prone to these problems. And what more, not the common cold or other issues, but anxiety and mental weakness are the primary cause of health problems nowadays.
But, the solution to everything is music. Having to play the Piano and not only Piano, but any musical instrument will help you relieve your stress and increase your happiness meter. Getting skilled also helps in boosting confidence and improving self-esteem.
- Improves Health
Getting Physical benefits just from playing the Piano might seem a little out of the line. But actual, it is very well right. Studies found that playing the Piano helps in improving hand movements and increases dexterity in all age groups.
It also helps in improving eye to hand coordination, and what more, it also decreases the aging process. Well, this might sound a little extra out of the line. But well, in actuality, it is true. Science tells us that our pituitary gland produces a Human Growth Hormone (HGH). Its function is to stimulate and regulate the flow of body fluids adequately in all parts of our body.
And what more, a study by the University of Miami revealed that adults who are prone to piano practices had increased HGH levels. So, what are you waiting for? Have a blast yourself.
- Improves Multitasking Abilities
Having skills in a musical instrument can get you a lot of attention. Increasing your social network, it also encourages other people to do the same thing. A good student will always get constructive criticism from his mentors and his peers.
In a way, playing the piano includes a lot of dedication and hard work to press multiple keys at the same time in rhythm and also to maintain the timing of the pedestals. And so, learning piano also helps in elevating one’s multitasking skills and improves the ability of ‘Split Concentration.’ And well, if doing all those tasks in a piano playing is not multitasking, then I don’t know what it is!
- Personal Benefits
Well, even if all the above-listed benefits are not complete for you, here are some more. Several people are famous and earning a lot of money only because of their recognition of music.
You can compose your music, get attention in the world, become a complete person. And who knows, you might be able to discover a new side of yourself. What’s more, music is the thing which is famous all around the world. Some even describe music as the ‘Universal Language.’ Getting to know about it can introduce you to a world far better than the one we live in. Moreover, you will be able to get to know about other cultures through their music too.
Music is not only limited to normal people, like us. Differently-abled people can also experience music in the same way. Well, even a deaf person can experience music far better than us. And if you don’t believe me, why not search about the great composer, Ludwig Van Beethoven.
There is no age limit to learn anything. And as the English proverb, “Where there is a will, there’s a way” says, one can do anything at any time only if he wants it. So, why not try it yourself and have a little fun.