Singing and its association with memory problems
Recently, researchers have succeeded in treating forgetfulness with singing. This has a great effect on solving memory problems and can be very effective and can develop the mental skills of people with dementia.
This is also a reason to breathe: According to researchers, singing may improve brain function and mood in people with early stages of amnesia.
The study included 89 people with mild to moderate forgetfulness. They practiced singing for 10 weeks, listened to familiar songs, or received standard nursing care.
According to the study, members of the singing group showed improvements in memory, thinking skills and the ability to orient. This was especially true for people under the age of 80 with mild forgetfulness.
According to the study authors, listening to music had these benefits only for people with advanced amnesia.
Both singing and listening to music helped reduce depression in patients, especially those with mild Alzheimer’s, the researchers said.
According to a study published in the December 10 issue of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, whether or not a person lives a life has no effect on the benefits of music therapy.