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The world of music (8): Music as a medicine

Sunday 13/June/2021 - 06:58 PM
The Reference
Ghada Abdelrahim Ali

In the previous episode, we proved that music is an effective tool that serves medicine and doctors and an important element in treating the disorder in the body’s rhythm.

Relaxation through music, and achieving a certain proportion of compatibility between breathing and pulse rate from 1 to 4, is useful in cases of anxiety that play an important role in asthma diseases. It plays an important role in the treatment of coronary arteries, high blood pressure, severe migraines and other diseases.

Breathing difficulties can be treated and the fingers of the hand can be strengthened. The movement of the rhythm in the body may change depending on the psychological state or stress, such as feeling fear or joy, or doing a physical effort, such as running. Noise contributes to the disturbance of the regular impulses in the body, making it lose rhythm.

Rhythmic beats of music restore order within the body, releasing its activity without tension or disturbance.

In this episode we will continue to talk about the uses of music therapy.

Treating motor impairments

Motor impairment has many manifestations, including difficulty or inability to move the legs or arms.

The causes of this disease may be due to paralysis in some vital centers of the brain, or as a result of polio, or congenital deformity of the spine, etc.

Because sounds generate movement, and muscle energy increases according to the strength and layer of sound effects, researchers have found that different musical factors have a strong effect on the muscles.

Using musical selections as influences, Tarchanov noted that music has a strong influence on muscle activity, which increases or decreases according to the types of animals used.

From this point of view, some specialists indicated that they have noticed that music has certain benefits for developing movement for people with physical disabilities.