Very popular in recent years, music therapy has the particularity of using music to help certain people. Despite its name, it is not really a therapy, because it does not cure a disease. On the other hand, she can help and accompany a person during his stay in hospital so that he finds joy and so that the length of his stay seems to be shorter. This method is therefore a complement of care. Nowadays, music therapy is more and more applied in many sectors, surely, because of these incomparable assets. Some of the benefits of this unavoidable method are listed below.
In our daily life, very often, facing stress or sadness, music is a real weapon which helps us to find strength and good mood. Therapists have known that music has an unavoidable effect on a person’s mood. That’s why they adopted Music Therapy to help hospitalized people find their smile, joy and especially their good mood. But this method is not only for hospitalized people, it can also have a positive effect on the patient’s family members, making the length of stay shorter. It also helps to improve the mood of long-term care workers.
In addition to improving a person’s mood, this method also reduces anxiety. Indeed, most of the time, just the idea of being hospitalized stresses and frightens us. And during the stay, we live in this anxiety. It is therefore essential to listen to relaxing music to make us forget fear and also make stress disappear. Indeed, by listening to music, we begin to find joy and hope. For this reason, this method is highly recommended for people suffering from respiratory disease or heart problems. In addition, it also reduces parents’ stress in the face of the premature child’s hospitalization.
Participate in the relief of pain
Like anxiety, music also helps us forget pain. Indeed, if a student, by dint of studying, has a terrible migraine, after listening to a piece of his favorite song, it can easily disappear. Music can take us to the other side of the world, to a world filled with happiness, joy and hope. As a result, some diseases such as back pain and headaches can disappear in the blink of an eye when immersed in music. It can also help people get back to sleep if they have a sleep disorder.
Improving coordination for people with Parkinson
Music therapy, used alone or with physiotherapy, is an excellent way to increase motor coordination in people with Parkinson’s disease. Listening to music can help a person improve walking speed, pace, overall slowness and especially precision of movement. In addition, it also improves physical activity or relieves some symptoms of depression. It can also help a person cope with grief or facilitate the delivery of high-risk women.