If music gives you goosebumps then you NEED to read this!

Publish Date
Wednesday, 13 September 2017, 6:27PM
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Some may see it as the biggest over-reaction while others will actually experience that life changing moment when listening to music, those goosebumps!

Some people just say it as an expression HOWEVER some people actually get goosebumps or a lump in their throat when listening to music and this is apparently quite a rare and unique thing.

According to research conducted by an undergraduate at Harvard University, people who reacted emotionally to music found that they had a unique brain structure than those who didn't react in any way. Apparently, goosebumps when listening to music is a sign of stronger fibresĀ and better communication in the nerve system between the cortex and the area that processes emotion.

Well, what it all means is that 'goosebumpers' are most likely to have stronger emotional experiences!

Crying, laughing or all of the above, you wear those emotions on your sleeve!