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Sound-Stimulation for Dementia

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A STIMULATING THERAPY could be music to ears with Alzheimer’s.
In dementia, sound-stimulation at 40 hertz appears to increase cognition, clarity and alertness. See more.



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  • CTV News – The sound of healing: Study says sound-stimulation could help Alzheimer’s patients
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gardencat
gardencat
4 years ago

Here's a link that does work (at the moment): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27031491

There are lots of 40hz vids on YouTube.

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