This is the first song of Sarah G that I like.
Anyway, as to the effect of music:
Listening to music from our youth can be particularly beneficial, Fuller says. "We're very affected by sound so if you play music from a time when you were doing interesting things and happy, that revitalises you. It floods you with feel-good hormones.
"If you feel uplifted, the muscles in your face relax more. You’ll stand and move differently – more upright and with confidence – and you’ll breathe more deeply and that impacts on oxygenation to the skin and improves your complexion. All these subtle changes can help you look younger."
Fuller believes it’s also important to have friends of a broad age range so you keep up to date with younger people, but also have friends who are older and leading interesting lives.
"They show you growing older doesn’t have to be depressing and dispel the negative myths about ageing," she says.
Try to do at least one new thing each week – even if it’s only finding a new route to work, taking up a new sport or hobby, going away for a weekend to a place you have never visited before or listening to a new style of music.
"When we try something new we’re enthusiastic and that is an attractive trait," Fuller says. "People appear younger when they are engaged, interested, curious and enthusiastic. So don’t give up on living life."
Indeed! Music does wonder to people as water pump does to plants.