A non-profit organization called Music & Memory has helped people with Alzheimer’s and age-related illnesses recall by letting them listen to their favorite music. Some people who heard the music associated with their old memories were able to recall that time.
Dr. Laura Mosqueda, Director of Geriatrics at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine, USA explained that music stimulates prolonged brain but still helps the body healthy.
So, to be able to connect with relatives with Alzheimer’s or dementia of the elderly, let them listen to their favorite music offline. Music helps improve the language of benefits of listening to music
A study at York University, USA, showed that 90% of children aged 4 to 6 years old, after a month of music lessons (learning rhythm, melody and vocals) had a change in fitness. show language.
Researcher Sylvain Moreno said that learning music creates effects that improve the child’s ability to understand and interpret words.
Another study proves that children and adult women with music training are more likely to outperform those who are not trained.
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