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MUSIC THERAPY is a health profession in which music is used as a therapy to address physical, emotional, and social needs of individuals. After determining and identifying the needs of each client, the qualified music therapist provides the required treatment including creating, singing, moving to, and/or listening to music. Effects of music therapy can be seen in many areas: overall physical rehabilitation and facilitating movement, increasing people's motivation to become engaged in their treatment, providing emotional support for clients and their families, and providing an outlet for expression of feelings. History of Music Therapy Music therapy has been used for centuries and has been shown to affect many areas of the brain, including the human emotion, cognition, sensation, and movement. This fact, make the music beneficial in decreasing depression, headache etc. HOW MUSIC WORKS AS THERAPY? So here are my top brain-based reasons why music works as therapy: 1. Human bodies entrain to the rhythm. When you walk on the road, humming a song in your head, and noticed that you’re walking to the beat? That’s called entrainment and music therapy. It shows how our body reacts to the rhythm. Our muscles move to the rhythm without our having to think about it or “try.” It’s how we dance to music, tap our foot to a rhythm, and walk in time to a beat. This is also why music therapists can help a person who’s had a stroke re-learning how to walk and develop strength and endurance in their upper bodies. 2. Our whole body responses to music. Every time when your breathing quickens, your heart-rate increases, or you feel a shiver down your spine, that’s how our body responding physiologically to music. Music therapists can use this for the treatment of a person in a coma or use music to effectively help someone relax. 3. Children (even infants) respond readily to music. Children learn through music, art, and play, so it’s important (even necessary) to use those mediums when working with children in therapy. 4. Music taps into our emotions. Have you ever listened to a piece of music and smiled? Or felt sad? When we hear lyrics of music we relate it with our life. Many people use this in a “therapeutic” way, listening to certain music that makes them feel a certain way or feel happy. 5. Music enhances learning. Do you remember how you learned your ABCs? Through a song! The inherent structure and emotional pull of music make it an easy tool for teaching concepts, ideas, and information. 6. Music is a social experience. Our ancestors shared their emotions through the song, stories, and dance. Even today, many of our music experiences are shared with a group, whether playing in a band or an elementary music class, listening to jazz at a restaurant, or singing in church choir. Music makes it easy for music therapists to structure and facilitate a group process. 7. Music is non-invasive, safe and motivating. We can’t forget that most people really enjoy music. This is not the most important reason why music works in therapy, but it’s the icing on the cake. BENEFITS OF MUSIC THERAPY 1. REDUCE DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY Music helps a person to get rid of depression and makes a person happy. It tends to make the brain forget the worries and experience something new. People can then express themselves freely. And in the end, they are in a better position to see the world from a more positive side. 2. MUSIC IMPROVES COMMUNICATION In a music therapy session, a person is sometimes required to sing. This requires the person to know the words well. Singing will demand that they say the words appropriately and in time. This can then be used in real life. People with disabilities who wouldn’t previously talk properly have learned to talk music therapy. 3. MUSIC DEALS WITH PAIN Studies have shown that music therapy can help people with cancers deal with the pain. It is from one study that was done on children suffering from the disease. When a person listens music he forgets his pain either this pain is due to any disease or injury or due to any emotional reason. 4. REDUCE FEAR We all have fears. Some fear of losing a job, others about losing a loved one who is sick and much more. But music can help anyone cope with these kinds of fears. Music takes our minds on a journey that can change the way we think. If you want to reduce any of the fear or want to get rid from the pain then play or listen to pleasant music. If you want to learn music then you can join AIPA institute where you get the chance to learn music under the guidance of professional music teachers. For more information about AIPA you can visit at- http://www.aipamusic.com
MUSIC THERAPY is a health profession in which music is used as a therapy to address physical, emotional, and social needs of individuals. After determining and identifying the needs of each client, the qualified music therapist provides the required treatment including creating, singing, moving to, and/or listening to music. Effects of music therapy can be seen in many areas: overall physical rehabilitation and facilitating movement, increasing people's motivation to become engaged in their treatment, providing emotional support for clients and their families, and providing an outlet for expression of feelings. History of Music Therapy Music therapy has been used for centuries and has been shown to affect many areas of the brain, including the human emotion, cognition, sensation, and movement. This fact, make the music beneficial in decreasing depression, headache etc. HOW MUSIC WORKS AS THERAPY? So here are my top brain-based reasons why music works as therapy: 1. Human bodies entrain to the rhythm. When you walk on the road, humming a song in your head, and noticed that you’re walking to the beat? That’s called entrainment and music therapy. It shows how our body reacts to the rhythm. Our muscles move to the rhythm without our having to think about it or “try.” It’s how we dance to music, tap our foot to a rhythm, and walk in time to a beat. This is also why music therapists can help a person who’s had a stroke re-learning how to walk and develop strength and endurance in their upper bodies. 2. Our whole body responses to music. Every time when your breathing quickens, your heart-rate increases, or you feel a shiver down your spine, that’s how our body responding physiologically to music. Music therapists can use this for the treatment of a person in a coma or use music to effectively help someone relax. 3. Children (even infants) respond readily to music. Children learn through music, art, and play, so it’s important (even necessary) to use those mediums when working with children in therapy. 4. Music taps into our emotions. Have you ever listened to a piece of music and smiled? Or felt sad? When we hear lyrics of music we relate it with our life. Many people use this in a “therapeutic” way, listening to certain music that makes them feel a certain way or feel happy. 5. Music enhances learning. Do you remember how you learned your ABCs? Through a song! The inherent structure and emotional pull of music make it an easy tool for teaching concepts, ideas, and information. 6. Music is a social experience. Our ancestors shared their emotions through the song, stories, and dance. Even today, many of our music experiences are shared with a group, whether playing in a band or an elementary music class, listening to jazz at a restaurant, or singing in church choir. Music makes it easy for music therapists to structure and facilitate a group process. 7. Music is non-invasive, safe and motivating. We can’t forget that most people really enjoy music. This is not the most important reason why music works in therapy, but it’s the icing on the cake. BENEFITS OF MUSIC THERAPY 1. REDUCE DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY Music helps a person to get rid of depression and makes a person happy. It tends to make the brain forget the worries and experience something new. People can then express themselves freely. And in the end, they are in a better position to see the world from a more positive side. 2. MUSIC IMPROVES COMMUNICATION In a music therapy session, a person is sometimes required to sing. This requires the person to know the words well. Singing will demand that they say the words appropriately and in time. This can then be used in real life. People with disabilities who wouldn’t previously talk properly have learned to talk music therapy. 3. MUSIC DEALS WITH PAIN Studies have shown that music therapy can help people with cancers deal with the pain. It is from one study that was done on children suffering from the disease. When a person listens music he forgets his pain either this pain is due to any disease or injury or due to any emotional reason. 4. REDUCE FEAR We all have fears. Some fear of losing a job, others about losing a loved one who is sick and much more. But music can help anyone cope with these kinds of fears. Music takes our minds on a journey that can change the way we think. If you want to reduce any of the fear or want to get rid from the pain then play or listen to pleasant music. If you want to learn music then you can join AIPA institute where you get the chance to learn music under the guidance of professional music teachers. For more information about AIPA you can visit at- http://www.aipamusic.com For more info visit us at http://lucknow.aipamusic.com/bizFloat/59f05806c8784305e849bf24/MUSIC-THERAPY-is-a-health-profession-in-which-music-is-used-as-a-therapy-to-address-physical-emotional-and-social-needs-of-individuals-After-determining-and-identifying-the-needs-of-each-client-the-qualified
HOW MUSIC BENEFITS OUR HEALTH : 1) Improves visual & verbal skills Several studies have shown that music education at an early age stimulates the child's brain in a number of ways that helps to improve verbal skills, communication skills and visual skills. 2) Keeps an aging brain healthy Research has shown that having musical training and listening to or playing music in old age can help keep the brain healthy especially as it ages. Since listening to music is like exercising the brain, one can expect the benefits of better memory and mental sharpness as they age. 3) Music makes you Happier As mentioned before, Music has the power to do so much. It can make you feel happy, sad, excited or even pumped up. Listening to music that hits you in a special way causes your brain to release DOPAMINE which is known as a feel good chemical. 4) Heartbeat, Pulse rate & Blood pressure Studies have shown that music strengthens the heart and improves the recovery time of patients who were suffering from heart disease. 5) Improves sleep quality Some of the most common things to interfere with sleep are stress and anxiety. Since Music has the ability to affect both in a positive way, research has found that listening to music at various times promotes better sleep pattern for people and even created more restful sleeps. 6) Boosts your Immune system & reduces pain Research has shown that music is capable of reducing levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which is responsible for weakening the immune system, increasing risk of heart diseases interfering with learning and memory, lowering bone density, blood pressure etc. 7) Reduces Depression & Anxiety Researchers from Drexel University found that cancer patients who either listened to music or work with music therapist experienced a reduction in anxiety, had better blood pressure levels and improved moods.
Heartiest Congratulations to AIPA'S Student APURVA CHAUHAN for her outstanding performance in Grade 8 ABRSM 2016 Practical Examination. She has Topped in North India. Commendable to see such dedication and perseverance in APURVA. Best wishes for her future 👍
POSITIVE EFFECTS OF MUSIC ON HEALTH “I think music in itself is healing. 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.” - Billy Joel HOW MUSIC BENEFITS OUR HEALTH 1) IMPROVES VISUAL AND VERBAL SKILLS Various studies show that if a child is engaged in musical education at an early age then music enhances their brain in several ways as it enhances their verbal and visual abilities. If we observe the children of 4 to 6 years who were engaged in the one-month musical training than their ability to understand words and their meanings increases as well as their IQ level rises. Even children as young as one year old who participated in interactive music lessons with their parents had a greater ability to communicate, smiled more frequently and were showing greater signs of sophisticated brain responses to music. 2) MUSIC MAKES YOU HAPPIER As mentioned above that musical education enhances the many abilities in children and also in adults. It can make you feel happy, sad, excited or even inspired. It causes us to feel emotions like happiness, excitement, joy, etc. All these feelings depend on the type of music we are listening. It always happens that when we listen to any song we started relating its lyrics with our life. 3) EFFECT ON HEARTBEAT AND BLOOD PRESSURE ‘We listen to music with our muscles.’ Nietzsche Several studies show that music decreases the recovery time of the patients who were suffering from any of the heart diseases. It shows that music also acts as a therapy for heart patients. It has been seen that both men and women who listened to music soon after the heart surgery, feel less pain and less time to recover. They feel less anxiety and stress and feel happy. 4) MUSIC IMPROVES SLEEP Almost 30% of the population is suffering from the problem of insomnia. A study showed that listening to classical or relaxing music within an hour of going to bed helps you to sleep well and makes your mind stress free compared to listening to an audio book or doing nothing before bed. Since we can say that music has a direct impact on our mind and brain. 5) MUSIC IMPROVES LEARNING AND MEMORY When a child is engaged in musical education and when he plays any instrument then he must have to learn musical notes. By learning musical notes their learning power and memory increases in comparison to an ordinary student who is not engaged in the musical activity. Many times we observe teenagers listening music when they study and music does not disturb them even increase their concentration and make them calm. So encourage your children to take interest in musical education so that music can improve their daily activities and their memory as well. Music will definitely leave a positive impact on your child if they learn music by a professional music teacher. If you want your child to learn music under the guidance of expert and professional music teachers then get the admission of your children at Arya Institute of Performing Arts. For more information, you can visit at- http://www.aipamusic.com/
POSITIVE EFFECTS OF MUSIC ON HEALTH “I think music in itself is healing. 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.” - Billy Joel HOW MUSIC BENEFITS OUR HEALTH 1) IMPROVES VISUAL AND VERBAL SKILLS Various studies show that if a child is engaged in musical education at an early age then music enhances their brain in several ways as it enhances their verbal and visual abilities. If we observe the children of 4 to 6 years who were engaged in the one-month musical training than their ability to understand words and their meanings increases as well as their IQ level rises. Even children as young as one year old who participated in interactive music lessons with their parents had a greater ability to communicate, smiled more frequently and were showing greater signs of sophisticated brain responses to music. 2) MUSIC MAKES YOU HAPPIER As mentioned above that musical education enhances the many abilities in children and also in adults. It can make you feel happy, sad, excited or even inspired. It causes us to feel emotions like happiness, excitement, joy, etc. All these feelings depend on the type of music we are listening. It always happens that when we listen to any song we started relating its lyrics with our life. 3) EFFECT ON HEARTBEAT AND BLOOD PRESSURE ‘We listen to music with our muscles.’ Nietzsche Several studies show that music decreases the recovery time of the patients who were suffering from any of the heart diseases. It shows that music also acts as a therapy for heart patients. It has been seen that both men and women who listened to music soon after the heart surgery, feel less pain and less time to recover. They feel less anxiety and stress and feel happy. 4) MUSIC IMPROVES SLEEP Almost 30% of the population is suffering from the problem of insomnia. A study showed that listening to classical or relaxing music within an hour of going to bed helps you to sleep well and makes your mind stress free compared to listening to an audio book or doing nothing before bed. Since we can say that music has a direct impact on our mind and brain. 5) MUSIC IMPROVES LEARNING AND MEMORY When a child is engaged in musical education and when he plays any instrument then he must have to learn musical notes. By learning musical notes their learning power and memory increases in comparison to an ordinary student who is not engaged in the musical activity. Many times we observe teenagers listening music when they study and music does not disturb them even increase their concentration and make them calm. So encourage your children to take interest in musical education so that music can improve their daily activities and their memory as well. Music will definitely leave a positive impact on your child if they learn music by a professional music teacher. If you want your child to learn music under the guidance of expert and professional music teachers then get the admission of your children at Arya Institute of Performing Arts. For more information, you can visit at- http://www.aipamusic.com/ For more info visit us at http://lucknow.aipamusic.com/bizFloat/59f057566ca234067802b83d/POSITIVE-EFFECTS-OF-MUSIC-ON-HEALTH-I-think-music-in-itself-is-healing-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-Bil
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