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Music and Blood Pressure

Music and Blood Pressure | Science Fair Projects | STEM Projects
Ever wondered if the music you listen to affects your blood pressure? In this experiment, you'll find out by measuring the blood pressure of participants while they listen to different types of music.


The hypothesis is that music can have an effect on blood pressure.

Method & Materials

You will recruit subjects to listen to different musical styles and examine how it affects their blood pressure.
You will need an iPod, walkman, radio, or other music playing device, a sphygmomanometer, a stethoscope, headphones or earphones, a collection of songs from different genres or styles, and a data sheet.


After collecting data from the experiment, it was observed that music can have an effect on blood pressure.

Why do this project?

This science project is interesting because it explores the relationship between music and our physical health.

Also Consider

Consider experimenting with white noise or sounds of nature, along with regular music styles.

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