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Music and Your Body: How Music Affects Us and Why Music Therapy Promotes Health



How and Why Is Music A Good Tool For Health?Research has shown that music has a profound effect on your body and psyche. In fact, there’s a growing field of health care known as music therapy,

Музыкальная терапия which uses music to heal. Those who practice music therapy are finding a benefit in using music to help cancer patients, children with ADD, and others, and even hospitals are beginning to use music and music therapy to help with pain management, to help ward off depression, to promote movement, to calm patients, to ease muscle tension, and for many other benefits that music and music therapy can bring. This is not surprising, as music affects the body and mind in many powerful ways. The following are some of effects of music, which help to explain the effectiveness of music therapy:

  • Brain Waves: Research has shown that music with a strong beat can stimulate brainwaves to resonate in sync with the beat, with faster beats bringing sharper concentration and more alert thinking, and a slower tempo promoting a calm, meditative state. Also, research has found that the change in brainwave activity levels that music can bring can also enable the brain to shift speeds more easily on its own as needed, which means that music can bring lasting benefits to your state of mind, even after you’ve stopped listening.
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  • Breathing and Heart Rate: With alterations in brainwaves comes changes in other bodily functions. Those governed by the autonomic nervous system, such as breathing and heart rate can also be altered by the changes music can bring. This can mean slower breathing, slower heart rate, and an activation of the relaxation response, among other things. This is why music and music therapy can help counteract or prevent the damaging effects of chronic stress, greatly promoting not only relaxation, but health.
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  • State of Mind: Music can also be used to bring a more positive state of mind, helping to keep depression and anxiety at bay. This can help prevent the stress response from wreaking havoc on the body, and can help keep creativity and optimism levels higher, bringing many other benefits.
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  • Other Benefits: Music has also been found to bring many other benefits, such as lowering blood pressure (which can also reduce the risk of stroke and other health problems over time), boost immunity, ease muscle tension, and more. With so many benefits and such profound physical effects, it’s no surprise that so many are seeing music as an important tool to help the body in staying (or becoming) healthy.
Using Music Therapy:
With all these benefits that music can carry, it's no surprise that music therapy is growing in popularity. Many hospitals are using music therapists for pain management and other uses. Music therapists help with several other issues as well, including stress. For more information on music therapy, visit the American Music Therapy Association's website.


Using Music On Your Own:
While music therapy is an important discipline, you can also achieve many benefits from music on your own. Music can be used in daily life for relaxation, to gain energy when feeling drained, for catharsis when dealing with emotional stress, and in other ways as well. This article on music, relaxation and stress management can explain more of how music can be an especially effective tool for stress management, and can be used in dailly life.


For more ways to relieve stress in daily life, subscribe to the free weekly About.com Stress Management Newsletter; you'll find research, tips, and tools that can help you to cut down on the stress you encounter in your life, and develop effective strategies to better manage the stress that you do experience. In addition, these 25 stress relievers provide a variety of ideas you can use right now, and these personality tests can tell you a little more about your style of dealing with stress, and provide you with stress relief techniques that work especially for your situation.



Get More Music In Your Life
New Year Resolutions for Stress Relief 
  Now that music therapy has become a growing new field used by hospitals and therapists, the benefits of music are becoming more and more known. Playing music a simple and easy way to elevate your mood and change your energy. This makes it a prime way to relieve stress. You can play music in your car during your commute to feel less stressed as you drive, or put music on as you exercise to infuse some additional energy into your workout. You can even have music on in the background as you go about your day, bringing a more soothing feel to all of your activities. Adding more music to your life is an effective and attainable goal for the coming year. The following resources can help:

 Definition: Music therapy is a branch of health care designed to aid physical and emotional health through the use of music, either with listening, song writing, performing, exploring lyrics or other activities related to music. Because of the effects of music on the body, it is often found as part of stress management programs or used in conjunction with exercise, and is uses in a variety of health care settings, with very good results in both short-term conditions and more serious long-term ones. For example, music can slow the body's physiology and facilitate physical relaxation, or can speed up the body's physiology to create increased energy. Music can influence emotions virtually instantaneously, which can help with stress relief as well.


While music therapy is an emerging field, music iteslf has many benefits for health and stress management, and can be used in daily life to relieve stress and promote wellness. (This is not formal music therapy, but it can be effective for stress relief.) Read this article for more information on music and music therapy. Read this for more on how to use music for daily stress relief. The book, "Your Playlist Can Change Your Life," provides more research on how music affects physiology and can be used for stress relief or other uses.

*Mozart Effect * - MOZART'S MUSIC is the most powerful and effective music 

Mozart Therapy: A Sonata a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

A new study carried out by Dr. Dror Mandel and Dr. Ronit Lubetzky of the Tel Aviv Medical Center affiliated with Tel Aviv University's Sackler School of Medicine has found that pre-term infants exposed to thirty minutes of Mozart's music in one session, once per day expend less energy -- and therefore need fewer calories to grow rapidly -- than when they are not "listening" to the music.
"It's not exactly clear how the music is affecting them, but it makes them calmer and less likely to be agitated," says Dr. Mendel, a lecturer at Tel Aviv University.
In the study, Dr. Mandel and Dr. Lubetzky and their team measured the physiological effects of music by Mozart played to pre-term newborns for 30 minutes. After the music was played, the researchers measured infants' energy expenditure again, and compared it to the amount of energy expended when the baby was at rest. After "hearing" the music, the infant expended less energy, a process that can lead to faster weight gain.

 
A "musical environment" for preemies
When it comes to preemies, one of the main priorities for doctors is to get the baby up to an acceptable body weight so he or she can be sent home. At the hospital, preterm babies may be exposed to infections and other illnesses, and a healthy body weight keeps them immune to other problems in the future.

While the scientists are not sure what occasioned the response, Dr. Mandel offers one hypothesis. "The repetitive melodies in Mozart's music may be affecting the organizational centers of the brain's cortex," he says. "Unlike Beethoven, Bach or Bartok, Mozart's music is composed with a melody that is highly repetitive. This might be the musical explanation. For the scientific one, more investigation is needed."

 
  The study came about through an international project led by the U.S.-based consortium NIDCAP, whose goal is to create a set of standard practices to optimize the health and well-being of neonates. A number of environmental effects, such as tactile stimulation and room lighting, are already known to affect the survival and health of these very susceptible babies.
The TAU study is the first to quantify the effect of music, specifically Mozart, on newly born children. "Medical practitioners are aware that by changing the environment, we can create a whole new treatment paradigm for babies in neonatal care," says Dr. Mandel. "That's our main goal -- to improve their quality of life.

"The point of our research is to quantify these effects so that standards and care-guides can be developed. We still don't know the long-term effects of the music, or if other kinds of music will work just as well."

Is music "brain food" too?
The research is based on a controversial 1993 study showing that college students improved their IQs by listening to a Mozart sonata for 10 minutes. When the study was reported, parents in the U.S. started buying Mozart CDs, hoping to boost their children's brainpower.
Soon the Israeli researchers will start exploring different kinds of music to see if they can measure any similar effects on premature babies. One Israeli researcher suggested that rap music might evoke the same response as Mozart, since the pulsating and repetitive frequency in Mozart's music can be found in contemporary urban music as well.

The researchers will also survey mothers to discover what kind of music their babies were exposed to in the womb. They will then expose other neonates to the same music to scientifically verify any effect. The pieces to be played to the preterm babies will include ethnic music, rap music, pop music, and, of course, classical music like Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, says Dr. Mandel.


medicines MUSIC THERAPY - great Mozart

 
Genre: Classic, RelaxRelease:2011Tracks:55Duration:3:40:12Quality:320 kbpsVolume:660,07 MbTracklist:01.Rondo Turkish style of Piano Sonata № 11, K. 33102.Romance. Andante in A Little Night Music, KV 52503.Rondo. Allegro from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, KV 52504.Presto of `musical joke`, K. 52205.Lodron Night Music, K. 247 - 9. Allegro Assai06.Rondo D-dur07.Menuet from Divertimento, K. 13108 Piano Concerto in E-dur. Allegro09.Andante F Major, KV 61610.Rondo (Tempo di Menuetto) from Flute Concerto № 1 G, K. 31311.Serenade No. 10 in B Major 'Gran Partita', K. 361 - Theme With12.Rondo. Allegro from Concerto number 22 for Piano and Orchestra in E flat major, KV 48213.Nemetsky dance number 3, K. 60514.Fortepianny concert c-moll. Andante15.Presto of Divertimento D, K. 13616.Simfoniya № 40 g-moll. Molto allegro17.Allegro of Divertimento D, K. 13618.Sinfonie in D 'The Peasant's Wedding'-5. Finale-Molot Allegro19.Allegro Molto of divertissement № 11 D, K. 25120.Fantaziya F Minor, KV 60821.Rekviem, KV 62622.Rondo in C Major, K. 61723.Rondo (Allegro Vivace) from Concerto for Horn and Orchestra № 424.Pastichcho Concerto № 1 (1 - Sonata for Raupaha)25.Pastichcho Concerto № 1 (2 - Sonata for neizv.avtora)26.Pastichcho Concerto № 1 (3 - to sonata Honauera)27.Uvertyura of 'Marriage of Figaro'28.Kontsert № 1 for Horn, K. 412 D-Dur. I. Allegro29.Kontsert № 1 for Horn, K. 412 D-Dur. II. Rondo. Allegro30.Allegro from Sonata № 15 K. 54531.Pastichcho Concerto № 2 (1 - Sonata for Raupaha)32.Pastichcho Concerto № 2 (2-for sonata Schobert)33.Pastichcho Concerto № 2 (3 - Sonata for Raupaha)34.Final № 10 of the Serenade in B flat, K. 36135.Fortepianny Concerto № 23 A-dur. Andante36.Kontsert number 3 for Violin and Orchestra in G major, KV 216. II. Adagio37.Pastichcho Concerto № 3 (1 - Sonata for Honauera)38.Pastichcho Concerto № 3 (2 - Sonata for Eckardt)39.Pastichcho Concerto № 3 (3 - Sonata for KFEBaha)40.Kontsert for Clarinet and Orchestra in A Major, KV.622. II. Adagio41.Kontsert № 23 for Piano and Orchestra in A Major, KV 488. II. Andante42.Kontsert № 23 for Piano and Orchestra in A Major, KV 488.43.Rondo E-flat major, K. 37144.Kontsert № 24 for Piano and Orchestra in C minor, KV 491. II. Larghetto45.Pastichcho Concerto № 4 (1 - Sonata for Honauera)46.Pastichcho Concerto № 4 (2 - Sonata for Raupaha)47.Pastichcho Concerto № 4 (3 - in sonata Honauera)48.Menuet of Serenade D, K. 32049.Divertisment number 3 for String Orchestra in F Major, KV 138. II. Andante50.Sonata number 2 F-dur, KV.280. Allegro assai51.Simfoniya № 41, C-dur Jupiter, KV.551. I.Allegro vivace52.Simfoniya № 41, C-dur Jupiter, KV.551. II.Andante cantabile53.Simfoniya № 41, C-dur Jupiter, KV.551. III. Molto allegro54.Simfoniya № 41, C-dur Jupiter, KV.551. IV.Menuetto Allegretto55.Sonata № 1 C-dur, KV.279. Allegro 


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