Music May Help Reverse Pre-Alzheimer’s Memory Loss

A recent study has found that listening to music or meditating for 12 minutes each day may help to reverse memory loss in people who have subjective cognitive decline (SCD), a condition that may lead to the development of Alzheimer's disease. MORE: Learn about 10 of the most common warning signs for Alzheimer's disease Sixty people were asked to participate in a Kirtan Kriya (or KK), a beginner meditation program, or a music listening program that consisting of 12 minutes per day for three months, followed by a further three months of participating in the program when they wanted to. After the first three months, both groups showed a significant improvement in cognitive and memory performance, by six months
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