Music does not just do the job of making our mood good. It is a wonder drug that helps treat a lot of problems. It gives new power to your brain. Relieves stress. Awakens emotions and helps calm your mind.
A recent research has found that mature and non-mature musicians are better in terms of memory and hearing ability than non-musicians. According to research, people who practice music throughout their life have at least two characteristics.
They have a good memory and can listen to the noise. The researchers also include a neurologist at the University of Zurich. He said that it is a common complaint among the elderly that they have difficulty hearing in the midst of noise.
This brings home a sense of isolation and depression. 153 female and male participants were included in the research. There were 52 mature musicians, 51 non-mature musicians, and 50 non-musicians.
Developing the brain of infants with music:
Music is not only our entertainment tool, but is also considered very beneficial for young children. Let us tell you that a new study related to music and infancy has shown that by giving early training of music to infants, their perception of music not only develops, but also improves their learning ability. In this research, it has been found that in the brain of infants up to the age of nine months, music and new sounds can improve their speech processing.