Relaxing easy listening music a source of Alzheimer's therapy

Caregivers have observed for decades that Alzheimer's patients can still remember and sing songs long after they've stopped recognizing names and faces. Many hospitals and nursing homes use music as recreation, since it brings patients pleasure. But beyond the entertainment value, there's growing evidence that listening to music can also help stimulate seemingly lost memories and even help restore some cognitive function. Alzheimer's music therapy study.


A great American Songbook

A great American Songbook
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