Music therapy can boost health

03/24/2008 | HealthDay News

The use of music therapy by professional therapists can help ease anxiety, lessen pain, boost mood or even help Alzheimer's patients improve their memory. "Music therapy is an evidence-based practice that can affect changes in physical, psychological, social and cognitive domains through music experiences and the relationship that develops between the client and the therapist," one expert said.

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