Music Helps Reduce Pain

030920165We all know that music has a special influence on the human body. However, recent findings have found a direct correlation between music and our bodies.

It turns out that playing a piece of music during surgery can significantly reduce the dosage of anesthetic to the patient. Thus it is not difficult to guess that the music is a kind of anesthetic that helps reduce pain and provide relief to the person.

In particular, the experiments conducted at Cleveland Clinic say that this fact is really the place to be. Doctors at the clinic began to involve their patients in the process of musical works of post-operative rehabilitation. As shown by patient testimonials, after listening to the music they have significantly decreased pain and improved mood. Naturally, we are talking only about classical music, because it is, according to experts, it is a good sedative for humans.

Expert opinion

The theory of the healing properties of classical music is confirmed by the authoritative expert opinion. In particular, scientists from Queen Mary University of London also conducted similar studies, in which more than 7,000 people took part. Here is what they say about it:

“When we started testing, our volunteers were people who were in a state of postoperative rehabilitation. The experiment participants were asked to undergo a simple pain test, where they needed to evaluate the degree of pain on a scale of 1 to 10. Surprisingly, in those patients who listened to music before the operation, during the operation and after it, the average pain rate was significantly lower. This proves once again that the music has unique healing properties.”
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