The Effect of Musical Stimulation in Sports on Sports Fatigue of College Students

Chao Liu,
Zhengyan Li,
Xuesong Du,


Exercise fatigue refers to a physiological process in which the body’s ability to exercise or work efficiency decreases and cannot be maintained at a specific level. Music therapy, as a new frontier discipline integrating psychology, music and therapy, has attracted wide attention from all walks of life. Music also increases the excitability, activity and mood of neurons in the cerebral cortex. In this paper, the role of music in promoting aerobic exercise fatigue recovery is carefully explored. It compares and evaluates the efficacy of passive music therapy and music electrotherapy from different levels. And try to explore the mechanism of music therapy from the new perspective of central neurotransmitter. In the future, you can listen to music while exercising and explore the time of exercise for low cardio endurance college students. Further explore the sports music department for low cardiopulmonary endurance students. Provide a more complete theoretical basis for future research work, and lay a solid foundation for the development of scientific sports music prescriptions.

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Chao Liu, Zhengyan Li, Xuesong Du, "The Effect of Musical Stimulation in Sports on Sports Fatigue of College Students," Journal of Internet Technology, vol. 22, no. 1 , pp. 187-195, Jan. 2021.

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