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Best Music Therapy in Depression

Understanding & Exploring the scientific basis of Music Therapy!

Depression is a common problem that causes changes in mood and loss of interest and pleasure. Best music therapy in depression, an intervention that involves regular meetings with a qualified music therapist, may help in improving mood through emotional expression.  In this article, we would see how music therapy can have a positive impact on depressed individuals. We found that music therapy plus treatment, as usual, is more effective than treatment as usual alone. Music therapy seems to reduce depressive symptoms and anxiety and helps to improve functioning (e.g. maintaining involvement in job, activities, and relationships). Santosh Ghatpande is a music therapist and provides the best Indian music therapy in India (Pune).

How Does Music Therapy Work in Depression?

In music therapy, a therapist uses music to address the physical, emotional, and social needs of an individual. Listening and creating music within a therapeutic context allows individuals to express themselves in nonverbal ways.

The interplay of melody, harmony, and rhythm stimulate the senses of a person and promote calmness by slowing down the breath, heart rate, and other bodily functions. Musical engagement, especially when combined with talk therapy, boosts levels of the hormone dopamine, which plays a role in reward-motivation behavior. The kind of music used is usually tailored to the needs of the patient. It is common to employ several combinations of music. 

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Active and Passive Music Therapy: 

In music therapy, a therapist uses music to address the physical, emotional, and social needs of an individual. Listening and creating music within a therapeutic context allows individuals to express themselves in nonverbal ways.

The interplay of melody, harmony, and rhythm stimulate the senses of a person and promote calmness by slowing down the breath, heart rate, and other bodily functions. Musical engagement, especially when combined with talk therapy, boosts levels of the hormone dopamine, which plays a role in reward-motivation behavior. The kind of music used is usually tailored to the needs of the patient. It is common to employ several combinations of music.