Several studies show that patient’s health in various populations improved by practicing music therapy (Nonvoter, 2013), which has been widely practiced in remedying numerous, different afflictions such as pain, stress, chronic mental illness, dementia, cardiac disease, cancer, drug abuse, Parkinson disease, formability and potentially even Alchemist’s. Both musical artifacts and musical performances (such as performing relationships) are explored and considered as possible ways for achieving health and well-being (Baker, 2013).
Music therapists can practice music therapy with one or more than one patient, commonly in the form of songwriting, lyric substitution, improvisation, singing, music listening, instruments playing, etc. By exploring sound vibrations, Parkinson patients led to improvements in symptoms, including less rigidity and better walking speed with bigger steps and reduced tremors (Amenorrhea alteration, 2009). “L think music in itself is healing. It’s an explosive expression of humanity. It’s 3 something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we’re from, everyone loves music. Said by American musician Billy Joel (Andy, 2011). Compared to music therapy twenty years ago, musicians are a new population of music therapy patients. A music therapist can use music psychotherapy to help musicians with needs related to the music profession. Besides helping achieving health, music also plays a to smarter people is not based in evidence, Mozart is a stimulus affecting emotional states, which may influence performance in measures that test cognitive ability. According to multiple studies, children’s intellectual developments can be positively enhanced by learning instruments. Baker, 2013).
With all the countless benefits, music still has some negative effects. Substantial internalizing symptoms may increase due to maladaptive listening in some circumstances (Baker, 2013). Also, the research about the link between the music of youth subcultures and well-being shows there are potential links between music and delinquency and self-harm. However, other factors like personality or family dysfunction, may have higher influence than listening to music. Comparing to verbal language, music heals and is also one of the most powerful instruments to those who only use nonverbal communication.