The Biological and Beneficial Effects of Music on Anxiety with a Focus on Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
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ABSTRACT Background and introduction: Music can cause deep emotions in p nostalgia. However, music can also be used to relax and even reduce analyze the biological effects of music and how it relates to anxiety. Disorder, a common mental illness, will be used as a primary exampl concretely. This paper will look at music’s anxiolytic effects on the b Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and on patients in other clinical cases. has biologically will be explored in terms of the effects on enzymes a that are used to treat anxiety given their antianxiety effects. The effica associated with mental illness will be demonstrated by studies on pati standard treatment in combination with music therapy. Lastly, this pa benefits of patients listening to music during procedures and its abilit Data: The effects of music on the production of neurotransmitters ass the levels of anxiety in patients diagnosed with mental illness, and on patients undergoing operations were all considered and examined
Barak, Allison. The Biological and Beneficial Effects of Music on Anxiety with a Focus on Generalized Anxiety Disorder Presented to the S. Daniel Abraham Honors Program in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Completion of the Program Stern College for Women Yeshiva University May 7, 2019.
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