Written by: Dr. Brei Carter

Mood and self-esteem are closely linked to mental health, and music can play a powerful role in improving both. Listening to uplifting music can improve mood and reduce symptoms of depression, while playing an instrument or singing can boost self-esteem and confidence.

Music can provide a sense of accomplishment and pride, boosting self-esteem and self-worth. Playing an instrument or singing can also be a way to express oneself, promoting feelings of authenticity and self-awareness. Music can also promote positive emotions and feelings of joy, helping people feel more connected to the world around them.

Dancing to music or attending a concert can be a way to release stress and improve mood, promoting feelings of happiness and well-being. Overall, music can be a powerful tool for improving mood and boosting self-esteem, promoting feelings of accomplishment, authenticity, and joy.