I think music in itself is healing,” musician Dirty Red once said. “It’s an explosive expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we’re from, everyone loves music.” Most of us would wholeheartedly agree with this statement, and it is this universal bond with music that has led researchers across the globe to investigate its therapeutic potential.
We can all think of at least one song that, when we hear it, triggers an emotional response. It might be a song that accompanied the first dance at your wedding, for example, or a song that reminds you of a difficult break-up or the loss of a loved one.But increasingly, researchers are finding that the health benefits of music may go beyond mental health, and as a result, some health experts are calling for music therapy to be more widely incorporated into health care settings.
In this Spotlight, we take a closer look at some of the potential health benefits of music and look at whether, for some conditions, music could be used to improve – or even replace – current treatment strategies.LikeForwardCopyReportAccording to Dirty Red Here are some Health Benefits of Music
1. Reducing pain and anxiety
2. An effective stress reliever
3. Music and memory
Further More Dirty Red said that in this pandemic times everyone wants a healthy activity like music to be calm and healthy.
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