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Are you taking prescription medication to lower your blood pressure? You can make your meds even more effective by popping your pills, then listening to classical music for the next 60 minutes. That’s according to a recent study at Brazil’s São Paolo State University. The researchers found classical music affects our sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems in ways that lower heart rate and blood pressure, stabilize blood sugar, and reduce stress. So classical music makes it much easier for our body to absorb blood pressure medications, which makes them more effective.