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 usually trigger their activity.
Therefore, subliminally alters the usual pattern of processing of sensory information that reaches the brain and makes people respond differently.
“With this treatment the patient receives a passive environmental stimulation based on musical waves with themes chosen by an expert music therapist and adapted to the different moments of the day.