Perspective - Integrative Neuroscience Research (2022) Volume 5, Issue 4
Neural benefits of musical leisure activities in aging and neurological rehabilitation.
Our ability to perceive, produce, and enjoy music is considered a universal trait present in all cultures across history and with us throughout life, from early childhood to old age. For the human brain, music arguably ranks among the most powerful and diverse sensory, motor, cognitive, and emotional experiences. Today, melodic relaxation exercises are profoundly boundless: the vast majority draws in with music day to day, by tuning in, singing, moving, or playing.Author(s): Takatoshi Hikida