Music therapy boosts hopes for psychological and physical recovery

26 July, 2022
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Music therapy boosts hopes for psychological and physical recovery

Music therapy is a scientific, practice-oriented discipline used in child and adolescent psychotherapy, in teaching methods of therapy, or in dealing with dementia patients.

There are seven universities teaching music therapy across Germany, according to data from the German Society for Music Therapy.

And the Berlin psychiatrist, Gerhard Toschi, explains that the way he works is that the patient lies on a sofa that emits sound tones, and his body absorbs the musical melodies directly, through vibrations and vibration, and also works with a sound scale placed on the abdomen, which is a place where people have highly sensitive receptors. "Vibration leads to a truly happy experience," says Toshi, who has worked in the field of sound therapy for 30 years. "Single-stringed sounds have a distinctly harmonizing effect, and can improve the basic sense of life."

He says, "The sense of hearing has a meaning beyond what we perceive, and this quality begins with the fetus inside the womb, and this experience of sound is stored in one's memory."


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