Personalized music help dementia, say experts- Technology News, Firstpost

Personalized music help dementia, say experts- Technology News, Firstpost

Personalized music playlists that rekindle

Andy Lowndes, chair of the Playlist for Life charity in Glasgow, Scotland, said: 4,650 health care staff to use music to treat dementiamore than 21,000 people since 2015.

Lowndes told Reuters Health by phone

Through its Music Detective program, the Playlist for Life charity encouraging families to speak to. t Ideally, the playlists t

A recent article in The Lancet Neurology Dr Tom Russ at the Edinburgh Science Festival.

Playlist for Life: Personalized music help, say experts

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Founded in 2013, Playlist for Life Sally Magnusson, Lowndes explained in the presentation. When the mother of dementia developed, Magnusson found the familiar music sparked memories and brought joy, this created the charity to share the technique with others.

“Surely,” she said, “Lowndes said. “Members of the community were connected to those conversational songs.”

Developed by Stanford University, according to the fact that there is a need for this.

To create a playlist, Lowndes recommended three steps.

Memories check stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone stone Playlist for Life created "100 Years: A Century of Song. t

Second, add inheritance tracks that stem from best friends or former girlfriends or boyfriends.

“I don't know what it was like to see my music,” Lowndes said with a chuckle.

The Indian musician participates in the 'England and Veena Jhenkara' (a thousand veena recital), a concert featuring 1110 artists representing the 'Veena' the Indian classical music instrument in Bangalore on March 28, 2012. AFP PHOTO / Manjunath KIRAN / AFP PHOTO / Manjunath Kiran

The Indian musician participates in the 'England and Veena Jhenkara' (a thousand veena recital), a concert featuring 1110 artists representing the 'Veena' the Indian classical music instrument in Bangalore on March 28, 2012. AFP PHOTO / Manjunath KIRAN / AFP PHOTO / Manjunath Kiran

Third, add “identity” tracks that connect with heritage, nationality, and ethnicity. (English Translation:). T

“What makes the individual unique,” ​​says Antonio Cherubini of the National Institute of Rest and Care for the Elderly in Ancona, Italy. Cherubini was not involved with the article in Lancet Neurology.

Develop behavioral disturbances, not only agitation and depression, ”Cherubini told Reuters Health by email. “Drugs aren’t very effective at all.”

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