Music is a powerful force, it a form of entertainment that can heal the world, that can unite the world and can also elevate the mood. Music infact doesn’t have a barrier of language, caste, creed, religion and country. World musicians collaborate themselves to create magic, as they understand and respect the lingo of this powerful force.
Increasingly Music is being used by medical practitioner to enhance health. Health sector currently uses various methods to cure patients suffering from some complex diseases. Research shows that even sad music can lift your mood, while other studies suggest music can boost happiness and reduce stress and anxiety. This has given to rise of new form of treatment called “Music Therapy” – various genres of music has its therapeutic advantages on patients – physical, emotional, mental, social, aesthetic, and spiritual—to help clients improve their physical and mental health.
Music therapy can be of two forms : Active and Receptive – In active therapy, the therapist and patient jointly participate in creating instrumental music with various instruments, own voice, or other objects. This allows for the patient to be creative and expressive through the art of music. Receptive therapy takes place in a more relaxed setting where the therapist plays or makes music to the patient who is free to draw, listen or meditate.
Music is also a creative outburst of self. Various musical rendition tells us the story, how a particular musical form can be presented in various innovative format. Infact, the entire Remix industry is based on the rendition, a Disc Jockey is equally a creative guy, who matches the tempo and frequencies to mix and match various form of musical beats.
Various brands across the globe has also formed musical jingles and have copyrighted it as their proprietary product.
Music is heavily used in various rehabilitation centres across the globe, to cure patients. Probably the only form of creative piece which we prefer while we are sad as well as happy is MUSIC.