Music is food for the soul, the mind and the body.
Great music, when carefully selected, can change our moods, energize us, calm us, improve our mental focus, lift us up spiritually, and help us become more healthy.
Not surprisingly, music has also been found to have a profoundly positive effect on people with epilepsy.
In fact, one research study even found that when patients are treated with music therapy as well as conventional anti-seizure meds, as many as eighty percent of seizures were reduced by seventy-five percent!
It may be because the brain doesn’t have any single center for processing music.
Instead, the areas of the brain that process music are widely scattered.
So, when the brain is subjected to music that is highly structured, such as Mozart’s Sonata for Two Piano’s, the brain process is actually aided.
In fact, research has suggested that Mozart’s K448 piano concerto can…
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