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Caught the Corona Virus Blues? Research Shows That Music Medicine is a Powerful Antidote

Research shows that Music Medicine is a Powerful Antidote

English acoustic-physics pioneer, John Stuart Reid, explains how Music Medicine can banish the blues (and fear) associated with the corona virus, while boosting our immune system to help vanquish any pathogen.

Could Music Beat Drugs for Anxiety and Mood?

Could Music Beat Drugs For Anxiety and Mood?

We use music - like coffee and alcohol - every day for pleasure and to boost our mood. But we may not understand how deeply music affects our brain chemistry

You know how music makes you feel. It can energize you when you're tired, relax you when you're stressed, make you laugh or make you cry. 

Many of us use music - like coffee and alcohol - every day for pleasure and to boost our mood. But we may not understand how deeply music affects our brain chemistry. 

Harmonizing Hormones: Making Music to Alleviate Menopausal Symptoms 

From hot flashes to insomnia, the menopausal transition can be quite the rocky road. But new research offers reason to sing a happier tune – music listening appears to smooth some of the bumpiest aspects of “the change.”

How Music Can Support Brain Regeneration & Healing

Music, which may be the most ancient human language, has the potential to improve neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders by creating new brain cells and neural connectivity. Not only that, but music restores hormonal and immunological balance in a way mirroring adaptogenic herbs.

The Evolution of Music

Striking a Chord for Stroke Patients: New Evidence for Music's Therapeutic Potential

In a world where stroke remains a leading cause of long-term disability, an unexpected ally has emerged in the quest for recovery - the transformative power of music.

Introduction to the Condition

Stroke (Aphasia) Recovery Technique Brings Tears of Joy

Aphasia, The Relevance of the Minor 3rd

There are millions who suffer from stroke related aphasia, but no effective drug-based treatments exist. This amazing, music-based therapy will give them hope for recovery...

Melodic Intonation Therapy could hold the secret for helping those suffering from aphasia.

Testing a 2,500 Year-Old Hypothesis

In 1997, during acoustics experiments in the Great Pyramid, what seemed like a miracle occurred. I had walked (or more accurately crawled) into the pyramid in severe pain, due to a back injury I sustained three weeks earlier, but within 20-minutes of beginning the acoustics experiments, which involved making sound in the King's Chamber,1 all the pain left me. It never came back

The Amazing Health Benefits of Dancing

The evidence-based health benefits of dancing are numerous and profound. In fact, if dancing were a drug it would be considered unethical not to use it.

The Importance of Music as Medicine in our World

Music as Medicine is becoming a hot topic, even in some major hospitals, and is ever more important in a world in which the harmful effects of toxic drugs are more prevalent than ever before. The Interdisciplinary Society for Quantitative Research in Music and Medicine (ISQRMM) is an organisation with a mission to provide researchers, practitioners, medical professionals and musicians with a forum in which to critically engage on the effects of music on the human mind, body and soul. 

The Love Frequency's Scientific Backing: 528 Hz Shown to Elevate Testosterone and Reduce Anxiety in Preclinical Research

Can sound really be a form of medicine? A fascinating new study reveals how a specific frequency, 528 Hz, may hold the key to naturally boosting testosterone in the brain and alleviating anxiety - all without drugs or side effects.

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