The Effect of Music Interventions on Mental and Physical Health Outcomes
Desirable music has a variety of psychological and physiological benefits onhealth across a wide range of populations and situations. The favorable effects on performance (e.g., increased endurance) and psychological states (e.g., enhanced effect) are even stronger when music is chosen based on its motivating aspects, according to research, which has significant implications for exercise adherence in male and female participants. The development of music-based therapeutic services in the health care industry is being driven by the growing body of research on the advantages of musical activities and music therapy. Music may be a powerful therapeutic tool that promotes both physical and mental health, making it appropriate for use in any setting and by individuals of all ages, races, and cultural backgrounds. On the other hand, therapeutic music has long been seen as a valuable tool in medical treatment, and modern science has validated its effectiveness in both clinical settings and with ageing populations. It appears that using healing harmony as a scientific source of inspiration is a successful strategy to raise people’s quality of life. Therefore, it is strongly advised to use music intervention as a quick, low-cost, non-invasive way to promote public health. Lastly, the advantages of rhythmic motions and physical musical activities, as well as how they influence treatment option preferences.
Keywords - Music Interventions, Mental, Physical Health Depression, Alzheimer.