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Music Therapy for Health
Music therapy is therapy using music to address various social, emotional, and behavioral problems; cognitive, motor, and sensory problems in all individuals of all ages. This therapy is often used by people who suffer from certain diseases, but the benefits of this therapy can be felt by everyone. According to the American Music Therapy Association, music therapy is a clinical and evidence-based music intervention by a person of professional standards who has lawfully completed a music therapy program.

How does music therapy work?
Music is processed by all areas of the brain, then music accesses and stimulates areas of the brain that may not be accessible to other modalities. The parts of the brain that can be affected by music are:

Orbitofrontal Cortex (social behavior)
Prefrontal Cortex (explains and solves problems)
Anterior Cingulate Cortex (emotion and motivation-based learning)
Amygdala (social, emotional, and memory processing)
Basal Ganglia (motor control)
Hippocampus (spatial learning and memory)
Auditory Cortex (hearing)
Broca’s Area (speech production)
Motor Cortex (voluntary movement)
Sensory Cortex (touch and other sensations)
Wernicke’s Area (speech comprehension)
Angular Gyrus (complex language functions)
Visual Cortex (vision)
Cerebellum (coordination, balance, and motor memory)
Brainstem (vital body functions and sensory input)
Music therapy function for health
Not only calming, music therapy also has four main functions on the health of the human body.

1. Music for healing
Pain relief
According to a paper in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, listening to music can reduce chronic pain from a variety of conditions, including osteoarthritis, joint problems, and rheumatoid arthritis by up to 21%, and depression by up to 25%. Music therapy is widely used to reduce postoperative pain, childbirth, and also to complement the use of anesthesia during surgery.
There are several theories about how music can have a positive effect on pain, namely:

Music produces a distracting effect
Music can give patients a sense of control
Music causes the body to release endorphins (pleasure hormones) to fight pain
Slow music can relax the body by slowing breathing and heart rate
Lowering blood pressure
Listening to relaxing music every morning and evening will make people with hypertension lower their blood pressure and stay in a low position. According to research reported at a meeting of the American Society of Hypertension in New Orleans, listening to classical or other relaxing music for 30 minutes every day on a regular basis can lower high blood pressure.

Healthy heart
Music is very good for your heart. Research shows that what matters is the tempo of the music, not the genre. The researchers noticed changes in the young children’s heart rate when listening to 6 different styles of music. And the result is that when they listen to music at a fast tempo, their heart rate also gets faster, and vice versa. So, whether or not you like certain music has no effect on your heart rate. It is the tempo or speed of the music that has the greatest effect on heart relaxation.
Promotes recovery after stroke
Pop, classical, or jazz melodies can speed up a person’s recovery from a stroke. Listening to classical music can improve visual attention in patients who experience physical impairment after stroke. Recent research has also shown that listening to music not only restores patient behavior, but also induces subtle neuroanatomical changes in brain recovery.

Cure chronic headaches and migraines
Music can help migraine and chronic headache sufferers reduce the intensity, frequency, and duration of headaches.

Helps boost immunity
Music can help boost the immune system. Scientists explain that certain types of music can create positive and deep emotional experiences, which will lead to hormone secretion.

2. Music improves physical performance
Music enhances athletic performance
Choosing music that motivates you will make it easier for you to walk, move, dance, or any other type of exercise you enjoy. Music makes exercise feel like recreation as opposed to work. Music’s ability to enhance athletic performance, including:

Reduce feeling tired
Increase psychological arousal
Improve motor coordination
Music improves body movement and coordination
The rhythm of music has an amazing ability to move our bodies. Music can reduce muscle tension, and improve body movement and coordination. Music can play an important role in developing, maintaining, and restoring physical function in the rehabilitation of people with movement disorders.

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