Meditation and music may help reverse early symptoms those at risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

A recent study at West Virginia University lead by Dr. Kim Innes, has discovered that a simple meditation or music listening program. In a randomized study, 60 elderly adults with subjective cognitive decline, a condition that can be indicative of Alzheimer's disease, were either asked to attend a meditation session, or music listening to music for 12 minutes a day, for 12 weeks. Both the meditation and music listening saw an increase in cognitive function.

 

Written By Frank DiMarco

 

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