Music-brain

The explanation of the effects of music through the brain

The explanation of the effects of music through the brain

Music-brain
The explanation of the effects of music through the brain For many, music is an important part of our lives. It accompanies us in the happy moments, in the sad moments, they produce sensations that sometimes do not know to explain, they can even make us cry. Music produces reactions and excites us. But why does a set of sounds have so much effect on us? What happens in our brain when we hear a song? How music makes us happy Of this subject we had already spoken in an earlier article of Medciencia. For the comments of some studies with functional magnetic resonance that evaluated the brains of subjects and they listened to their favorite song, seeing thus that activated areas. What is found is that they activated the same areas that work during sex, trade or drug use, we talk about areas...
Music in Childhood

Music in Childhood

Adequate Stimulation, Childhood, Compositions, Music in childhood, Music-brain
Music in childhood Few years of early music training benefits the brain for life Older adults who took music classes in childhood are quicker to respond to the speech. Older adults who took music classes during their first years of life have a faster brain response to a speech sound, unlike people who have never studied music, according to a study reviewed in the Journal of Neuroscience. The finding suggests that early music training has a lasting and positive effect on how the brain processes sound. With age, we often experience changes in the brain involved with hearing. For example, the brains of older adults show a slower response to rapidly changing sounds, which is important for the interpretation of the word. However, previous studies show such age-related decreases are not in...
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