Melinda Moon

Music is the

      universal language...

Expressing the power of music!

Music is so Powerful!  look at this research!  Get some Results.

 

I fell in love with music before I realized how good it is for you!  There is a lot of research demonstrating how music benefits people physically, cognitively,  and emotionally.  I've put a few facts below, and more information is easy to find.  One can get positive results from music therapy as well as just using music correctly, without a music therapist.

 

"Music therapy can help children with communication, attention, motivation, and behavioral problems."*

"Both descriptive and experimental studies have documented effects of music on quality of life, involvement with the environment, expression of feelings, awareness and responsiveness, positive associations, and socialization.[31] Additionally, Nayak et al. found that music therapy had a positive effect on social and behavioral outcomes and showed some encouraging trends with respect to mood.[30]"*

"More recent research suggests that music can increase patient's motivation and positive emotions.[30][32][33] Current research also suggests that when music therapy is used in conjunction with traditional therapy it improves success rates significantly.[34][35][36] Therefore, it is hypothesized that music therapy helps stroke victims recover faster and with more success by increasing the patient's positive emotions and motivation, allowing them to be more successful and driven to participate in traditional therapies."*

"The use of music therapy (MT) in treating mental and neurological disorders is on the rise. MT has showed effectiveness in treating symptoms of many disorders, including schizophrenia, amnesia, dementia and Alzheimer’s, Parkinson's disease, mood disorders such as depression, aphasia and similar speech disorders, and Tourette’s syndrome, among others."*

*Music therapy. (2013, July 17). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 00:23, July 28, 2013, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Music_therapy&oldid=564646264

New Album:

Beautiful Songs of Healing

Venetian Boat Song: Mendelssohn
The piano seems to caress and move you as with the waves of the ocean.

The Swan: Saint-Saens
A graceful, touching violin solo from The Carnival of the Animals.

A collection of exquisite violin and piano solos to sooth you.

Music is so Powerful!  look at this research!  Get some Results.

 

I fell in love with music before I realized how good it is for you!  There is a lot of research demonstrating how music benefits people physically, cognitively,  and emotionally.  I've put a few facts below, and more information is easy to find.  One can get positive results from music therapy as well as just using music correctly, without a music therapist.

 

"Music therapy can help children with communication, attention, motivation, and behavioral problems."*

"Both descriptive and experimental studies have documented effects of music on quality of life, involvement with the environment, expression of feelings, awareness and responsiveness, positive associations, and socialization.[31] Additionally, Nayak et al. found that music therapy had a positive effect on social and behavioral outcomes and showed some encouraging trends with respect to mood.[30]"*

"More recent research suggests that music can increase patient's motivation and positive emotions.[30][32][33] Current research also suggests that when music therapy is used in conjunction with traditional therapy it improves success rates significantly.[34][35][36] Therefore, it is hypothesized that music therapy helps stroke victims recover faster and with more success by increasing the patient's positive emotions and motivation, allowing them to be more successful and driven to participate in traditional therapies."*

"The use of music therapy (MT) in treating mental and neurological disorders is on the rise. MT has showed effectiveness in treating symptoms of many disorders, including schizophrenia, amnesia, dementia and Alzheimer’s, Parkinson's disease, mood disorders such as depression, aphasia and similar speech disorders, and Tourette’s syndrome, among others."*

*Music therapy. (2013, July 17). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 00:23, July 28, 2013, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Music_therapy&oldid=564646264