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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
How music affects children’s brain

How music affects children’s brain

Instrumentals, Neural stimulation, Production
How music affects children's brain Children who grow up listening to music, singing songs, and moving to the beat of music enjoy a better sensory system, creating more links in the neural connections of the brain. These are some of the effects that music causes in children: -Stimulates creativity and imagination. -Improves the ability to solve mathematical problems and complex reasoning. -Make them inter-act with each other. -Increases memory capacity, attention and concentration. -Increases self-esteem. -In combination with dance, stimulates the senses, balance and muscle development. In what ways does music influence children? Intelligence. Listening to music in childhood helps to create certain patterns in the brain. Children are born with billions of neurons in the brain. I...
Passive Music therapy improves nutritional status

Passive Music therapy improves nutritional status

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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...
Music therapy awakens, balances and heals

Music therapy awakens, balances and heals

Adequate Stimulation, balances and heals, cultural and scientific capacity of the lefties, Production, The artistic
Music therapy awakens, balances and heals Music Therapy allows you to solve problems and heal diseases Music acts on the nervous system and influences the different systems of the organism. Sound, rhythm, melody and harmony. This way you could define music, that set of elements that sound and resonate in our senses. It is that the experience that provides you with the musical art can transport to elevated states of animosity, as well as towards the same hell, if the son is not the suitable one. Its therapeutic properties have been treasured since ancient times and is even thought from the very origins of mankind. What is more known are the recordings called "Mozart Effect", dedicated to soundly stimulate the cognitive abilities of babies with Austrian musical pieces. "Music therapy...
The fundamental element of learning is emotion

The fundamental element of learning is emotion

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The fundamental element of learning is emotionNeuroscience researcher Francisco Mora asserts that the essential element in the learning process is emotion because you can only learn what you love, what tells something new to the person, which means something, that stands out from the environment in Neuro- Education, the book that just published in Alianza Editorial. Without emotion there is no curiosity, no attention, no learning, no memory. Joy as the basis of learning The scientist points out that "children today learn, from very early on, abstract concepts in rooms with large windows without much light or artificial light, with the rigor and seriousness of teachers that moves away from that primitive" game "that generated learning and memorizing of The direct sensory, "with joy," bas...
Mozart “does not make babies smarter”

Mozart “does not make babies smarter”

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Mozart "does not make babies smarter"The study published by the University of Vienna overturns the so-called Mozart effect. Listening to Mozart during the early years does not result in smarter children, a study claims. The report published by the University of Vienna in Austria says that it undermines the belief in the so-called Mozart effect - by which it was thought that babies under three years old who listened to pieces of the composer would see their intellectual capacities more developed. "I recommend everyone to listen to Mozart's music, but the expectation that they will improve their cognitive abilities will not be met," writes researcher Jakob Pietsching of the Institute for Basic Research in Psychology at the University. In 1993, the American psychologist French Rauscher pu...
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