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Music to combat epilepsy

Music to combat epilepsy

The music comes to provoke reactions in our brain and our emotions in a way that had never given much thought until now.

We suspected that music could change the perception of time, and we confirmed; we also know that it can make us even more productive at work. In fact, even surgeons are more effective when listening to music in complicated surgeries.

But is it possible to use music as therapy?

We know there is music therapy, and seems to have good results, but what you tell me the use of music in epilepsy?

Music to combat epilepsy

A similar question had to researchers at Ohio State University Wexner, which have been put in charge of Christine Charyton for a recently presented at the 123rd annual convention of the American Psychological Association study done.

According to this group of scientists, the music could make the brain activity of individuals with epilepsy sincronizace with music, especially and specifically the temporal lobe brain waves.

Apparently, people with epilepsy have a different reaction to the music, compared to the brains without the disease, a finding that could mean the inclusion of new and future therapies to combat it.

Produced significantly higher levels of brainwave activity in participants listened to music, and this brain activity tended to be synchronized with the music (more specifically the temporal lobe), compared to those who did not have epilepsy.

For now it is clear that music can not be proposed as a therapy against the disease, but it is a great first step, and it would be unreasonable to use music with other standard treatments as prevention of seizures, according to comments Charyton.

The music comes to provoke reactions in our brain and our emotions in a way that had Given never thought much Until now.

We Suspected That We Could music change the perception of time, and we confirmed.

We Also Know That it can make us even more productive at work. In fact, even surgeons are more effective When listening to music in complicated surgeries.

According to this group of scientists, the music Could make the brain activity of Individuals with epilepsy sincronizace with music, and Specifically Especially the temporal lobe brain waves.

Apparently, People with epilepsy Have a different reaction to the music, Compared to the brains without the disease, a finding That Could mean the inclusion of new and future therapies to combat it.

Significantly produced higher levels of brainwave activity in Participants listened to music, brain activity and esta Tended to be synchronized With the music (more Specifically the temporal lobe), Compared To Those Who Did not Have epilepsy.

For now it is clear that music can not be proposed as a therapy against the disease, but it is a great first step, and it would be unreasonable to use Music with other standard treatments as prevention of seizures.