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I think we can all agree that music has a way of taking its toll on us. According to "is music a good tool for health?”By Elizabeth Scott music has an effect on our bodies and minds. It talks about how music has been recently used in hospitals and that field of health care is known as music therapy. The article also explains how music can affect us in many powerful ways, how different kinds of beats can affect us in different ways, and how music can benefit us. I think that music should be a part of everyone’s life. Fortunately, the health care of music therapy is being used in hospitals. “Hospitals are beginning to use music therapy to help with pain management, depression, to promote movement, to clam patients, to ease, muscle tension, and other benefits.” This means hospitals are using music therapy for different things and patients with individual situations. Music therapy can address many different patients. For example, I know my little brother has problems paying attention and to sharpen his concentration and to have more alert thinking, his teacher plays music for him and his classmate. Since my brother is in a small class and they all have trouble focusing his teacher plays music. As shown in the article people can benefit from music therapy like the kids with attention problems. Music can benefit and help us in many ways depending on the speed of the beats. The body reacts in different ways. “Research has shown that music with a strong beats can stimulate brain waves to synchronize with the beats.” Meaning your brain waves move differently depending on the speed. For example, fast beats bring you a sharper concentration and more aware thinking. Slower beats give a calm state of mind. I know when I listen to music with a slow beat it relaxes me and calm me down when I am stressed or just when I need to clear my mind. As shown in the article music cannot only cause relaxation but how profound that damaging effects on chronic stress and also aiding...
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