Those are some convincing results, but still only a single study.
So we went looking for systematic reviews on the impact of music in medical settings.
found that children admitted to the emergency department who listened to music during routine procedures showed less distress and reported lower pain scores than those who didn’t listen to music.
The study included a total of 42 children aged 3 to 11 years who had an IV line placed.
In different sessions you have different things occurring.
The things that can occur are improvising, recreating, listening, and composing.
It turns out, there is plenty more evidence showing the positive effects of music on health.
Among them: The bottom line: There is plenty of evidence to show that music therapy used in health care settings can help calm patients.
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