The Benefits Of Music – Beyond Arts And Entertainment

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Music has for ages been a great tool for expression of human feelings and emotions. When a song is written, you can tell exactly what the person was feeling. Music has been written to express joy, disappointment, anger, love, anticipation and an array of other emotions. Since we all have emotions, we can identify with […]

Music Therapy Improves Social Skills and Learning in Children With Learning Disabilities

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The effects that music has on human beings are undeniable. In fact, with continued knowledge development, we continually discover the different ways in which music can benefit us and those around us. This is particularly the case for children born with learning disabilities that bring with them serious challenges to their mental and social development. […]

Music Therapy Offers Solutions To Speech Impediments And Depression

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“The King’s Speech” is a movie that tells the story of an English king who suffers from a speech impediment that causes him to stutter. This creates a lot of embarrassment for him since his public speeches are a vital part of his role. After undergoing several failed attempts to cure his problem, he finally […]

Scientific Study: Music as an Enabler for Supernormal Academic Achievements

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You probably know this already―music helps you enjoy what you’re doing, and become better at it. However, scientists and researchers have dissected this belief to the core, and have exciting results to report, straight from the gym. 20 adults were made to participate in 2 interval workouts involving four cycling sprints interspersed with rest periods […]

Does Music Hold the Key to ADHD Treatment?

Music is known to activate the brain in a myriad of ways. For children and even adults with ADHD, music therapy has been found to bolster their focus and attention, as well as reduce hyperactivity and strengthen social skills. Children with ADHD are therefore able to use music to train their brains, enhancing their self-control […]