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Cancer healing with music

Music therapy Music therapy uses music and sound to help express emotions and improve emotional and physical well being. Music therapy can help you to: express your emotions cope with symptoms of a disease and its treatment relax and feel comfortable improve your emotional and physical well being develop self confidence and self esteem develop

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‘MUSIC OF SPEECH’ LINKED TO BRAIN AREA UNIQUE TO HUMANS

‘MUSIC OF SPEECH’ LINKED TO BRAIN AREA UNIQUE TO HUMANS NEUROSCIENCE NEWSJUNE 28, 2018 Researchers reveal the area of the brain that controls our voice box, allowing us to alter the pitch of our speech. The insight could pave the way for advancing neuroprosthetics to allow people who can’t speak, to express themselves in a

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Music therapy for all health issues

MUSIC THERAPY IN ACTION Music has shown positive effects in a variety of patient populations for improving symptoms related to different diseases and disorders. Here’s a sampling of some of the more common uses of music therapy. PATIENT POPULATION NONMUSIC BEHAVIORS Autism spectrum disorder Movement, communication, speech and language, social skills, attention, cognition, activities of

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LONG TERM CAFFEINE USE WORSENS ALZHEIMER’S SYMPTOMS

Reward sensitivity could be behind why binge eating can be problematic in those with Parkinson’s.… READ MORE… FEATUREDNEUROLOGYPSYCHOLOGY6 MIN READ LONG-LASTING BRAIN PROTEINS OFFER CLUES TO HOW MEMORIES LAST A LIFETIME NEUROSCIENCE NEWSAPRIL 3, 2018 Researcher report long-lasting proteins in the brain could be a crucial part of the molecular machinery that helps govern long term

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Dancing, sense of taste , brain , aging , surprise as agent of social change

  RESEARCHERS IDENTIFY AREA OF THE AMYGDALA INVOLVED IN TASTE AVERSION NEUROSCIENCE NEWSAPRIL 5, 2018 A new study implicates the basolateral amygdala in conditioned taste aversion. The study could pave the way for treatments to curb taste aversions associated with chemotherapy and eating disorders.… READ MORE… FEATUREDNEUROSCIENCE7 MIN READ DANCING AIDS HEALTHIER AGING NEUROSCIENCE NEWSAPRIL 5,

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