This is one of the most common disorder and it is characterized by memory loss. It is a form of neurological disorder that causes death of brain cells.
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Traditionally, studies of the efficacy of music therapy in patients with Alzheimer’s disease have focused on changes in symptoms such as dementia most typically and other problematic behaviours: aggressive behaviors, depression, disturbance of mood, and decreased sociality [45–52]. Letter to the Editor The effects of music therapy on reducing agitation in patients with Alzheimer's disease, a pre-post study.
Jan 01, · Music therapy can be defined as such: "the controlled use of the influence of music on the human being to aid in physiological, psychological, and emotional integration of the individual during the treatment of an illness or disease" (Choi, Lee, & Lim ).
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. Many people play music as a soothing balm for those with Alzheimer’s, and musical ability is often long retained into the more advanced stages of the disease.
Now a new study suggests that singing may have benefits for those with Alzheimer’s.