You're a Good Person If You Get Goosebumps While Listening to Music

If you ever got freaked out when you got goosebumps and chills while listening to music don't worry because getting goosebumps has been connected to having stronger relationships and live happier, healthier lives, according to a new study.

A new study says that over 50% of people experience goosebumps while consuming entertainment and it turns out that those who do are healthier and more empathetic than those who don't!

Researchers also claim that getting goosebumps makes you more likely to be in better physical and emotional health too!

So don't be ashamed of your goosebumps anymore because they make you awesome!


(Classic FM)

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