Emotional numbness is a rather complex phenomenon, with a multitude of causes and factors that lead to its development. Most often, it’s manifested in a person’s inability to feel and experience emotions, both psychologically and emotionally. Usually, it’s connected with dissociation, a disconnect from one's memories, body, senses, environment, and a general sense of self.
Emotional support animals (ESA) can make a profound difference in the ways we deal with social problems. Anxiety, chronic stress, and alienation are common negative side effects of hectic lifestyles and busy, overwhelming schedules. Support dogs are assistant animals whose task is to provide comfort and emotional relief for those who have difficulties expressing themselves and dealing with inner problems.
With advancing technology, more sophisticated musical instruments became possible, and during the 20th century, peaking in the ‘60s and ‘70s, the electric guitar became an institution for musicians and a battlefield of competition among the great guitar players of the era. From Les Paul to Page and Hendrix the explosive possibilities of electric guitar reached their full potential.
You want to exercise your body—do sports; you want to exercise your brain—use music! From listening to playing, music is highly beneficial for improving different areas of brain functioning. Although it may seem of purely artistic nature, music is a blend of architectural, structural, and mathematical properties as well. We may not be aware of it, but there’s a lot that your brain needs to compute in order to grasp music thoroughly. This makes it a multi-dimensional activity which can positively change different areas of your life.
Over time, there have been some gifted child prodigies who have used their musical talents to dazzle people and make a name for themselves. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) is one of the most famous historical prodigies. There are many stories of how he entertained European heads of state during his tours with his sister, Maria Anna (Nannerl; 1751-1829), who was also a talented young musician. Young Mozart composed a wide range of works which include symphony, opera, and concerto, before he was ten years old.