Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about music has the power to heal. I enjoy the music of many genres, from country to hip-hop to others, and when the music appeals to our emotions, listening to it is more than just a kind of amusement.
There are many different sorts of music therapy, each with different advantages. Throughout history, music has been used to increase self-esteem, aid army personnel in helping people work more quickly and productively, and even ward off bad spirits through chanting.
Additionally, music therapy revives lost speech. People who are recuperating from a stroke or traumatic brain injury that has affected the left brain region responsible for speech might benefit from audio therapy.
People who can sing can overcome damage to the left side of the brain by initially singing their ideas and then gradually decreasing the melody because singing comes from the right half of the brain.
In addition to the many forms of music therapy, music serves as a medium for processing emotions such as trauma and loss. It may also be used as a regulating or soothing agent for stress or dysregulation. Music therapy has the potential to help you if you’re going through a process, have an ailment, or just need to unwind from the stresses of daily life. Music therapy has been proven to be beneficial for reducing stress and promoting relaxation as well as for many other health reasons. Thank you.