Effect of Music Therapy on the Rehabilitation of Elderly People With Dementia

Dementia poses a significant global challenge, with no current pharmacological treatment available to stop its progression. However, music therapy shows promise as a non-pharmacological approach. This study assessed the effectiveness of music therapy in rehabilitating elderly individuals with dementia. Results revealed significant improvements in cognitive function and emotional well-being among those receiving music therapy compared to the control group. These findings highlight the potential of music therapy as a rehabilitation tool for individuals with dementia.

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