Music according to research and study, is seen to be an effective therapy to solve health issues and also for relief. Music constitutes a major aspect of daily living for some particular set of people, as they cannot go a day without listening to music. People rely on music to help them through their daily routine, and also stay connected during probably a workout session.
Most often, there is a connection between music and the mood and temperament of a person. A certain song can spur some kinds of feeling within a person, which may be happiness, sadness, calmness or an energetic feeling.
Since it is approved that music has an impact on people, it should not be difficult to believe the therapeutic power of music. According to medical history, the organs of the body are believed to have medical tones and tendencies and as such they can help in the healing process of any concerned disease which may include autism, insomnia, dementia, depression etc.
For instance, taking a look at a disease of brain disorder known as Autism, this disease is associated with a wide range of communication and interaction problems. It is noticed that people who are faced with Autism have a high tendency to be susceptible to music. They have a high response to music and this may help in teaching of communication skills, and foster a healing and developmental procedure.
Also, there is an illness that continually evolves in the body if not taken care of and such illness is known as depression. Depression eats into the mind of a person; affects the way the person eats or sleep and also lowers the self-esteem of the affected individual.
Depressive disorders are more severe than normal emotional trauma and can easily interfere with an individual’s thinking process, behavior and attitude. It is a fact that music therapy can increase a patient’s responsiveness to antidepressant medications. Music therapy can lead to a huge reduction in abnormal heart rate, blood pressure, hypertension etc.
Similarly, insomnia which is a condition that involves high level of sleeplessness. It is the difficulty experienced in attaining quality sleep, and this in turn can lead to energy drainage and feelings of tiredness and depression.
In older adults, it is seen that music can encourage better quality sleep, and also induce sleep in younger ones alike. Also, music helps in limiting the time taken to sleep.