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Music and Cancer

Music and Cancer

Music and health, Production
Music and Cancer Music relieves some symptoms of cancer patients Reduces anxiety, pain and fatigue, research reveals. Music therapy and music medicine can alleviate some of the symptoms of cancer patients, namely anxiety, pain and tiredness. This could lead to a reduction in the consumption of some medicines, and even faster recoveries. It has revealed the review of 52 trials in this respect, with a total of 3,731 patients with cancer. Study published in the Cochrane Library shows that there is significant evidence that one of the effects of music is that it alleviates the symptoms of anxiety, pain and fatigue in cancer patients, while also increasing their quality of life. The study, led by Joke Bradt, a professor of nursing and health sciences at the University of Drexel, asked in...
Music and Psychoactives

Music and Psychoactives

Adequate Stimulation, Music and Psychoactives
Music and Psychoactives. Psicodelia is the adaptation to English of the English psychedelia, a neologism formed from the Greek words ψυχή, "soul", and δήλομαι, "to manifest". The word psychedelic was invented by the British psychologist Humphry Osmond and means "manifesting the soul". By adjusting to this definition, all efforts to project the inner world of the psyche can be considered, in a broad sense, "psychedelic." However, when talking about psychedelia is usually referred to a very specific artistic modality: psychedelic art, especially pictorial and musical, which developed from the second half of the twentieth century. This type of art is characterized by evoking the experiences of the psychedelic experience: synesthesia, alteration of the perception of time and the sense of i
Music therapy for tinnitus

Music therapy for tinnitus

Music and health
Music therapy for tinnitus The treatment of Music therapy for tinitus shows good results Tinnitus - or ringing in the ears - affects 50 million Americans. At Duke University, audiologists successfully treated some of the most serious cases with another sound: music. Imagine you go through life with this as the background noise: "a sharp buzz that was more or less constant, it never goes away," said Steve Cooper, a patient with tinnitus. It's what Cooper's life has been like. He has been listening to that sharp timbre off and on for decades. The problem began after college, a time when he attended a lot of rock concerts strong. Tinnitus often comes from some form of hearing loss and is common among older adults. Doctors, however, are seeing younger patients who have been exposed t...
Sleeps whales

Sleeps whales

Music and health, Production, Soundtracks
Some animals also have rhythmic sense of music Humans are not the only ones who have a sense of rhythm: bonobos and sea lions are also able to set the beat, two exceptions in the animal world that could help us better understand how our musical sense evolved in history. "Listening or feeling a musical rhythm involves the involvement of numerous brain regions and this complex ability seems unique to man and some other species," explained Aniruddh Patel, an assistant professor of psychology at Tuft University in Boston, At the annual conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), which took place in Chicago (northern United States) over the weekend. Patricia Gray, a professor at the University of North Carolina (southeast), reported being caught by a bonob...
Music and play

Music and play

Adequate Stimulation, Music and play
Music and play The Babies in music - The magazine "The best memory a child can have of his childhood is that he played and was happy." They love to play, the game is born of the reality that surrounds them, the quality of its elements to return to it Recreation and enriching it. In Infant Education, the child begins to think of himself as a physical being in a Specific environment and needs the game to continue his learning. The game influences decisively the development and maturity of the child, the form of a peculiar interaction with the environment, the permission to express their thoughts and feelings when they do not yet know expressly, help to release impulses and emotions, fill their fantasy , Do everything that is still denied in the world of the adult: can be driver, mom, a...
St. Cecilia

St. Cecilia

Homage, Production
Homage to St. Cecilia Music acts on the nervous system and influences the different body systems. Sound, rhythm, melody and harmony. This could set to music, that set of elements that sound and resonate in our senses. Is that experience that provides you the art of music can transport to higher states of animosity, as well as to the hell, if the are is not right.Its therapeutic properties have been treasured since ancient times and even thought that from the very origins of humanity. What more is known recordings are called "Mozart Effect", dedicated to stimulate cognitive skills healthy babies with Austrian musical pieces. '' Music therapy is a complementary technique validated through studies and research globally, "said Luz Marina Ramirez, music therapist who teaches the workshop" ...
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