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Music therapy is a therapeutic approach that uses the naturally mood-lifting properties of music to help people improve their mental health and overall well-being.
This form of treatment may be helpful for people with depression and anxiety, and it may help improve the quality of life for people with physical health problems.
Anyone can engage in music therapy; you don’t need a background in music to experience its beneficial effects.

It’s a goal-oriented intervention that may involve:
• Making music
• Writing songs
• Singing
• Dancing
• Listening to music
• Discussing music
Music therapy interventions can address a variety of healthcare & educational goals:

• Promote Wellness
• Manage Stress
• Alleviate Pain
• Express Feelings
• Enhance Memory
• Improve Communication
• Promote Physical Rehabilitation

Music therapy can be an active process, where clients play a role in creating music, or a passive one that involves listening or responding to music. Some therapists may use a combined approach that involves both active and passive interactions with music.

MUSIC THERAPY VERSUS SOUND HEALING

Music therapy and sound therapy (or sound healing) are distinctive, and each approach has its own goals, protocols, tools, and settings:

Music Therapy

Music therapy is a relatively new discipline, while sound therapy is based on ancient Tibetan cultural practices. The training and certifications that exist for sound therapy are not as standardized as those for music therapists.
Music therapists often work in hospitals, substance abuse treatment centers, or private practices.

Sound Healing

Sound therapy uses tools to achieve specific sound frequencies, while music therapy focuses on addressing symptoms like stress and pain.

Sound therapists may offer their service as a component of complementary or alternative medicine.

Based on Researches, When music therapy is used in combination with other forms of treatment, it may also help reduce obsessive thoughts, depression, and anxiety in people with OCD.

BENEFITS OF MUSIC THERAPY

Pain Management

Music has been explored as a potential strategy for acute and chronic pain management in all age groups. Research has shown that listening to music when healing from surgery or an injury, for example, may help both kids and adults cope with physical pain. Music therapy may help reduce pain associated with:

1- Chronic conditions: Music therapy can be part of a long-term plan for managing chronic pain, and it may help people recapture and focus on positive memories from a time before they had distressing long-term pain symptoms.

2- Labor and childbirth: Music therapy-assisted childbirth appears to be a positive, accessible, non-pharmacological option for pain management and anxiety reduction for laboring people.

3- Surgery: When paired with standard post-operative hospital care, music therapy is an effective way to lower pain levels, anxiety, heart rate, and blood pressure in people recovering from surgery.

Coping with Cancer

Coping with a cancer diagnosis and going through cancer treatment is as much an emotional experience as a physical one.

People with cancer often need different sources of support to take care of their emotional and spiritual well-being. Music therapy has been shown to help reduce anxiety in people with cancer who are starting radiation treatments. It may also help them cope with the side effects of chemotherapy, such as nausea.

Music therapy may also offer emotional benefits for people experiencing depression after receiving their cancer diagnosis, while they’re undergoing treatment, or even after remission.

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