Tune in: How Listening to Music Improves Fibromyalgia | Katarina Zulak ~ Skillfully Well & Painfully Aware |  4 August 2017

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Tune in: How Listening to Music Improves Fibromyalgia | Katarina Zulak ~ Skillfully Well & Painfully Aware |  4 August 2017

Excerpt:

‘Then, I came across a study that made me rethink this choice: Listening To Music Can Reduce Chronic Pain And Depression By Up To A Quarter.[1] Researchers found that when people with chronic pain listen to music for an hour a day, they experienced up to a 21% reduction in pain and a 25% reduction in depression. Another important finding was that listening to music made participants feel less disabled by their condition and more in control of their pain. It did not appear to matter whether individuals listened to their favourite music or relaxing music selected by the researchers.’

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