Forget paracetamol - listening to Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody is voted the perfect pick-me-up

Forget paracetamol or honey and lemon. Listening to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody is the best way to feel better when unwell, according to a new survey.
As part of a new poll, almost 90 per cent of people agreed that listening to a good tune can make people feel better when they are sick or facing difficult times.
More than 80 per cent said that in the past, music had made them personally feel better when they were sick or feeling low.
Bohemian Rhapsody, from British rock band Queen, is the nation’s favourite song for listening to when struck down by illness, or the blues, the poll revealed.
The 1975 hit is almost six minutes long and moves through several sections, including a ballad segment ending in a guitar solo, an opera passage and a hard rock section.
It was written by lead singer Freddie Mercury for the band's Night at the Opera album, the most expensive single ever made at the time it was recorded. 

Source  - Daily Mail