The Perfect Song to Listen To When You’re Depressed

Daily Health Solutions, Featured Article, Healthy Living
on April 15, 2013
Songs that help fight depression.
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Does your mood need a tune-up? A large-scale study at the National University of Singapore found that music therapy can reduce depression symptoms. It doesn’t have to be a formal exercise, either. Simply listening to any of your favorite tunes can boost your mood by releasing happy hormones and interrupting a cycle of negative thoughts. The study found even sad songs can be music therapy if that’s what you like, but there are so many uplifting tunes on the radio these days that we couldn’t resist compiling our own feel-good current hits playlist.

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Pink, “Try

Michael Buble, “It’s a Beautiful Day

Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin,  “Don’t You Worry, Child

Miasha, “Everybody’s Beautiful

Gary Allan, “Every Storm Runs Out of Rain

will.i.am feat. Justin Beiber, “#thatpower

Bon Jovi, “Because We Can

The Barden Bellas (Pitch Perfect Soundtrack), “Just the Way You Are/Just A Dream

The Lumineers, “Ho Hey

Drake, “Started From the Bottom

Nicole Scherzinger, “Boomerang

Phillip Phillips, “Hold On

Kacey Musgraves, “Follow Your Arrow

Josh Groban, “Brave

Eric Clapton, “Gotta Get Over

Carrie Underwood, “One Way Ticket