26 Jan How Music Heals Us, Even When It’s Sad. By a Neuroscientist Leading a New Study of Musical Therapy
ABSTRACT: This article is a fascinating review of the history of music therapy and the ongoing developments into better understanding and utilizing music therapy to assist with many aspects of physical, mental and emotional health along with traditional therapies. It focuses on the neural processes impacted by listening to sad versus happy music and the potential development of individualized plans to see which types of music releases dopamine best for yourt o better create your own health plan.
AUTHOR SUMMARY: Leigh Riby