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A whim

A whim

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A whim The music develops attention, imagination and creativity, stimulates the ability to concentrate and memory. This work gives guarantees to past other findings, among which is one conducted at the University of Maryland (USA) who claims to hear the music that pleased promotes good cardiovascular health: when volunteers heard of this study which pleased them, their veins and arteries dilate 26%, which in medical terms is considered a very healthy response. While experts insist can not be considered as a treatment for such diseases, it does indicate that there may be another preventive strategy easily incorporated into everyday habits. The same researchers explained in another similar study 30 minutes a day to listen not only serves as ment...
Very latin

Very latin

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Very latino Benefits of music, music therapy benefits, effects, melovida, music therapy, healing, sounds The instruments to be petted by the hand of man emit sounds that produce different emotions in both the performer and the listener. The inner feeling that manifests when listening passively or run so guided an instrument to receive or emit the vibration of a drum, the soft sound of a flute, the sweetness of a piano or the harmonious blend of strings of a guitar, is different in each person. "For me, music is the most curious and versatile human product as well as the best food for the soul," said Aury Tovar, psychologist and music therapist. She is a pioneer in Venezuela in this discipline that combines knowledge of the behavior and emotions with the magic of music and, thanks to st...
The condor happens

The condor happens

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The condor happens Compared to those without musical training, participants who had studied one to five years of music had better brain responses to complex sounds. These people were more effective for extracting the fundamental frequency of the sound signal, ie, the lowest frequency in the sound that is key in music perception and speech. "This ability allows them to recognize complex sounds in a noisy environment, it is also important for memory and spoken expression," explains ELMUNDO.es Nina Kraus, professor of Neurobiology, Physiology and Communication Sciences at Northwestern University and lead author of the study. effects maintained For this research, it is clear that "the way in which you hear today is dictated by the experiences with so...
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