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Integral Music Therapy Adults and Children

1. Music represents a rich and inexhaustible medium for the study of musical and non-musical cerebral functioning.
2. The active and sustained participation of a person in a prolonged musical activity can, effectively, generate new connections and neural networks, as well as modify brain structures.
3. Music is a complex phenomenon that impacts the human brain, mind and body at a physiological, vegetative, hormonal, affective, cognitive, communicational and social level.
3. Music can be effectively applied to reeducate and restore the functions of a damaged brain.
4. Music facilitates the learning and execution of functional movements such as walking and speaking.
5. Music improves the cognitive functioning acted as a regulator of a number of sensory and cognitive functions, such as auditory perception, different types of attention, memory and executive functions.
6. The musical experience activates brain areas related to social and emotional functioning. For example listening to music uses central structures involved in the processing of emotions, including limbic and paralimbic regions of the brain.