Studies have shown that heart rate will increase when people are listening to loud music or songs with fast tempos. This type of music has also been shown to increase blood pressure.
It may be better for those who are under a lot of stress to listen to music that is softer and has a slower tempo, according to research by scientists at Pavia University, which is located in Italy. The study used a variety of tools, such as electrocardiograms, to analyze how music impacts people. As a result, some cardiovascular departments in hospitals focus on playing more relaxing tunes for patients.