Music Therapy in Critical Care Units Term Paper

Music Therapy in Critical Care Units
A look at the different methods of therapy available with music.
# 3995 | 1,825 words | 6 sources | 2001 | PK
Published on Apr 25, 2002 in Psychology (Physiological) , Medical and Health (General) , Music Studies (General)

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This paper provides a detailed account of the Music therapy method of treatment especially in the critical care units. It shows how modern scientists agree that many different kinds of music can be therapeutic. Some people respond well to reggae or jazz. Others are uplifted or in fact healed, when they listen to Gregorian chant, or heavy metal.

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"Music Therapy is a form of sound wave therapy which includes several other different tools and methods. The music therapists or the sound therapists in general work with tuning forks, song pods, toning, and music. Tuning Forks produce pure sounds when tapped. The human bodies in actual acts like a resonating board to the pulses of the universe as the major part of the human body is water. The human cells resound with the vibrations of the sounds by which they are surrounded in the daily life. When tuning forks are being used the energy blocks can be released and the physical system can be brought back into alignment. The sounds can also balance the spiritual, emotional and mental bodies by creating sounds through the tuning fork that the nervous system and the whole body can harmonize to. The other tool is the song pods."

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