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What you are and what Music Therapy is not

What you are and what Music Therapy is not

Musical Tutorials
What you are and what Music Therapy is not Music is, of all the arts, the most inclusive and socializing. It brings together people from different backgrounds, proclaims the freedom of peoples, joins with other musical cultures and forms of expression, creating new models. Music is creativity in itself. It is a medium that allows cohesion between individuals of different characteristics, offering to each of them an own space within the group that makes it unique and necessary. Music is a language of communication understood by all. It reaches the deepest of people transferring a feeling, an experience, an idea that, in one way or another, causes an internal movement in the human being. But, in no point of view, he leaves indifferent. Music therapy is a creative and innovative psychothera...
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 heart

Music and heart

Music and health
Cardiologists prescribe classical music to heart patients Treatment with music therapy modifies the heart rhythm and improves the quality of life of those suffering from angina pectoris "Classical music to improve the quality of life of cardiovascular patients". It is the recipe given by the specialists of the Spanish Heart Foundation in light of the latest scientific studies on the effects of music therapy in patients who have heart problems, such as angina pectoris. Until now classical music has been used as a relaxation method, but recent research has found that its therapeutic effects go beyond that it has the capacity to modify the heart rate and to bring about benefits on different aspects related to quality of life such as Pain, vitality and mental health, among others. In thi...
Music and health

Music and health

Music and health, Production, Soundtracks
Benefits of listening to music for health Music ignites our emotions through varied memories. Listening to music is one of the few activities that involve the use of the whole brain. It is intrinsic to all cultures and can have surprising benefits by listening to it. Discover below what are the benefits of listening to music for health. Effective for pain Some of the benefits of listening to music are that it can reduce chronic pain from a variety of painful diseases, such as arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, by as much as 21% and depression by as much as 25%, according to studies. Music therapy is increasingly being used in hospitals to reduce the need for medication during labor, to reduce postoperative pain, and to supplement the use of anesthesia during surgery. All this happen...
Help heal wounds with his music?

Help heal wounds with his music?

Adequate Stimulation, Duels, Meditation and Spirituality
Help heal wounds with his music? Often violinist Ji-Hae Park (Germany, 1985) makes their playful concerts lectures. Far from frightening the public, with this method attracts more viewers to classical music. In her quest to eliminate the prejudices that exist towards concert music, the Korean takes the time to explain to the audience what she is listening to. "That way they understand and are even able to feel what they experience when interpreting the works," explains Ji-Hae, who will perform today at the Simón Bolívar Amphitheater at 7:30 p.m., within the program of the Centro Histórico Festival Mexico. "The violin is the instrument with which I carry a message: that music helps to heal certain wounds," says the composer, whose arrangements can be heard today, in a program that in
Music and brain

Music and brain

Adequate Stimulation, Instrumentals
Music helps recovery from brain damage In a pilot study it has been shown that the use of music therapy can aid recovery in the treatment of brain lesions. Not only that, but it can also help create new brain structures for overcoming disabilities. This is confirmed by a study of the Research Unit in Neurodevelopment of the Institute of Neurobiology, Campus Juriquilla. In the first study of a premature child with perinatal asphyxia, cerebral enema, and pneumonia, he presented with a magnetic resonance a volume in the right cerebral ventricle of 1'6 ml and the left of 1'49 ml, and the corpus callosum 0'31 Ml. In the last analysis had a volume of 2'95ml in the right ventricle and 2'93 in the right, and the corpus callosum reached 3'77 ml, a size that corresponds to the natural taking ...
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