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Mozart's music reduces the epileptic activity of the brain, while the works of other composers do not have a similar effect.
A group of neurophysiologists led by Ivan Rektor, a professor at Masaryk University in Brno, concluded that some types of music can have a beneficial effect on the human brain.
For example, listening to Mozart's "Sonata for Two Pianos" reduces the pathological activity of the hemispheres by 32%. On the one hand, the researchers' observations confirmed that the composer's works improve the functioning of the brain of epileptics and reduce the frequency of potentially dangerous bursts of activity by about a third. On the other hand, researchers have found that the positive impact of Mozart's music is not related to the pleasure of listening, but to its effect on brain waves.
“To our surprise, we noticed significant differences in the brain activity of patients who listened to Mozart's Sonata for Two Pianos and Haydn's 94th Symphony. The first work reduced the epileptiform activity by 32%, while the second increased it by 45%, "Ivan Rektor shared the research results.
The results of the experiment allow scientists to hope that in the future, physicians will be able to choose compositions for patients with epilepsy that will reduce the severity of seizures or even get rid of them altogether. Experts have long been researching how music affects the functioning of the human nervous system. For example, eight years ago, Swedish psychologists found that singing together "synchronized" the pulse of choir members. Two years ago, biologists discovered that listening to your favorite music leads to the creation of special chains between the centers of hearing and pleasure that are absent in people without special musical preferences…
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