Music is frequently tied directly to our emotions as human beings and in some cases are synonymous with strong memories and past experiences. It only makes sense that music be used for therapeutic means, specifically for the elderly.
For years, people have benefitted from music therapy, which uses musical interventions to address physical, cognitive, and emotional issues in people of all ages. In many retirement communities, music therapy programs are offered to help older adults deal with age-related problems such as general stress, depression, chronic pain, and even memory impairment. Some benefits to music therapy include:
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