Music for Patients Receiving Palliative & Comfort Care

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Sometimes, a patient's last wish is to listen to a particular piece of music.  Music therapy in end‐of‐life care aims to improve a person's quality of life by helping relieve symptoms, addressing psychological needs, offering support and comfort, facilitating communication, and meeting spiritual needs.

Music for Memory-Related Disorders

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Music activates the limbic system which is composed of several interlinking parts that lay deep inside the brain. Memory-Related research notes that this part of the brain reacts emotionally to music, giving the listener chills, joy, sadness, excitement, pleasure and other feelings.