Adequate Stimulation

The music is an extraordinarily effective instrument to favor the development of the intelligence to provide functional structures in systems increasingly complex in the brain. Music changes literally the brains of the children.

Renal transplantation and dialysis

Renal transplantation and dialysis

Adequate Stimulation, Hearing and stimulation, Hospital music therapy, Production
Renal transplantation and dialysis The kidneys perform vital functions in our body: · Eliminate waste substances. · Produce hormones for the formation of bone and red blood cells. · Regulate blood pressure. · Control the water and salts of our body: hydro-electrolytic balance. These basic functions are performed by structures called glomeruli which are responsible for filtering the blood and collect the waste substances and excess water, forming the urine. If for any reason it stops working, accumulate the waste substances, the Toxic substances and water, the production of red blood cells and the normal metabolism of bones is altered. All these facts give rise to a series of symptoms: · Weakness. · Fatigue. · Dizziness. · Nausea. · Vomiting. · Decreased appetite. · Changes in
Musicofilia

Musicofilia

Adequate Stimulation, Brain and Education, Stories of music and the brain
Musicofilia: Stories of music and the brain   Oliver Sacks examines the relationship with the music of patients, ordinary people or professional musicians to shed an unusual light on this phenomenon. Through anomalies such as "amusia" - or inability to feel the music -, the hypermusical Williams syndrome - a strange phenomenon of extreme sociability -, musical hallucinations or music as inspiring of real terror, Sacks elaborates a lucid analysis of How music is a key factor in creating human identity, either in a pathogenic way or as a positive agent when it comes to treating Parkinson's, dementia, Tourette's syndrome, encephalitis or temporal lobe attacks. Sacks reveals himself again as a splendid narrator, with the humor, the erudition and the vast scientific and humanisti...
Passive Music therapy improves nutritional status

Passive Music therapy improves nutritional status

Adequate Stimulation, Hearing and stimulation, Hospital music therapy, Production, Production
Passive music therapy improves nutritional status Passive music therapy improves the nutritional, digestive and immune level of geriatric patients in coma. Passive music therapy improves the nutritional, digestive and immune level of geriatric patients in coma or in a state of minimum awareness, according to a study carried out by Sanyres, in collaboration with the statistical department of the University of La Salle. Music mobilizes a large number of brain circuits Through passive music therapy, which has already shown benefits in neonates or people with severe disabilities, the patient listens to music but without any active instruments or movements, and is of "great use" since music is a stimulus that mobilizes a great Number of brain circuits in the absence of other stimuli that usu...
Why does music motivate us?

Why does music motivate us?

Adequate Stimulation, Bioenergetic Music Therapy, Hearing and stimulation, Muscular Tension - MusicTherapy
Why does music motivate us?Music can increase our concentration and performance thanks to its incidence on different brain regions. Music can be a very powerful force. In fact, it has sometimes been banned to prevent athletes from gaining an unfair advantage in competitions. Why? For its ability to activate and increase resistance. Many people are looking to run a marathon and come out with headphones from home. The right melodies can be of great help in that part of us that needs a push to move. How does motivation increase with music and how does it help us tackle more boring tasks? One of the energizing effects of music comes from its ability to participate in the sympathetic nervous system of the body. The activation of this system prepares the body for action whenever we face a ch...
Is Musician Born Or Learned To Be A Musician?

Is Musician Born Or Learned To Be A Musician?

Adequate Stimulation, Emotional intelligence
Is Musician Born Or Learned To Be A Musician? MUSICAL TALENT, WHICH TAKES A LONG TIME CONSIDERING AN INNATE CAPACITY WITH WHICH SOME ARE ALREADY PRE-CHARGED, MAY BE ACCORDING TO NEUROSCIENCE AS A SKILL LIKE ANY THAT THAT WITH CONSTANT STUDY AND PRACTICE CAN BE LEARNED AND DOMINATED. Musical talent is from a certain perspective one of the most mysterious of human beings, one that throughout history has been debated whether it is acquired or irremediably born with it, with a certain inclination to respond that truly great musicians are those Which in their natural condition already have pre-loaded this kind of software. Now, however, with the new resources made available to neuroscience (one of the most ambitious disciplines of recent times), this dilemma could be better understood and ...
Play an instrument

Play an instrument

Adequate Stimulation, Brain and Education, Childhood
Play an instrument Playing an instrument, one of the best ways to train the brain You have always heard that music is a girl, but not only listening to music is good for the body, but also playing an instrument can have very good consequences on the health of the person who carries it out. So from Vitonica we are going to see some of the benefits that this activity brings us. When we play an instrument we set in motion a series of mechanisms in the body in which the brain is the neuralgic of activity, so it is closely related to the development of the brain, and is that playing an instrument is one of the best ways Which have to stimulate our intelligence, so it is highly recommended in times of growth and stimulation, as it may be the ideal medium to achieve a complete development of t...
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