Music Therapy | Opera Singer turned neuroscientist uses Music as medicine for Dementia, Autism and More.
We usually think of music as entertainment, but in the ancient world, music was often considered a form of medicine.
Over the past few decades, scientists have rediscovered music’s healing abilities, and studies have shown that music can effectively treat conditions such as schizophrenia, depression, chronic pain, Parkinson’s, PTSD, autism, help stroke patients recover, and more.
Linda Maguire internationally renowned musician with a red carpet career spanning 23 years, in the last few years she has turned her musical talents toward a new theme: healing.
If you want to know more about the studies, tests and therapies carried out by Maguire as part of her research please see the article on The Epoch Times.
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