NEUROSCIENCE OF MUSIC

Music as a form of art has profound effects on humans.

Researchers in Musicology and Neuroscience of music are starting to uncover the potential of music. Music affects us physiologically through regulating and improving skin conductance, breathing rate, blood pressure and heart rate. Psychologically, music helps us feel emotions, reduce impulsivity and regulate mood. Behaviorally, music contributes to better quality of sleep, mental alertness and improved memory.

We at Point Motion, are strong believers in the universal power of human expression through music and its ability to...

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ALLEVIATE PAIN
REGULATE MOOD
FOCUS ATTENTION

We believe that the intertwined music and science relationship is a key resource to improving populations’ quality of life. That’s why we combined motor and cognitive activities with music to bring an engaging beneficial experience to patients while being monitored by their providers.

Experiencing music either in a passive way through listening or active way through playing, strengthens brain functions for people with impaired abilities.

It is true that music can rewire the brain. It engages the areas of the brain involved with paying attention, making predictions and updating the event in memory, according to a recent research study conducted by Stanford.