Over time we've developed hyperpalatable foods and that's caused some problems. What about hyperpalatable music? It seems harmless but is quite different than what our ancestors likely listened to. The amount of time we spend listening and volumes are probably also different. Are the impacts just limited to hearing or are there other implications too? Affecting mood, it could also affect the parasympathetic nervous system perhaps. How do neurotransmitters change in response to modern music and are we causing resistance or other problems by chronically altering those levels? It's all speculation of course. Bring your best references and let's see if we can add this topic to the paleosphere as there's not much else that I can find on the topic.
asked bybalor123 (3747)
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on January 18, 2013
at 11:39 PM
honestly? i don't know if i belong on paleohacks. is this really, really stupid, or is it me?