How The Sound Of Music can help people suffering from Alzheimer’s: Singing songs from hit musicals ‘restores memories’
Singing songs from hit musicals can boost the brain function of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, new research claims.
Researchers found regular group singing sessions including classic numbers from the likes of The Sound Of Music helped residents at a U.S. care home improve mental performance.
The most striking effect was seen in people suffering moderate to severe dementia, with participants scoring higher on cognitive and drawing tests.
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