Why playing a musical instrument is so beneficial for one’s brain! 6/16/2016 •

Music can be titled the most mysterious and complicated type of art. It has a certain impact on both people who listen to music and people who play it. Let’s learn about some astonishing discoveries that have been recently made by modern science!

Neuroscientists have made a real breakthrough with the help of various instruments such as functional MRI and PET scanners. Researchers monitored brain of musicians in real time while the latter were playing various instruments. As a result, researchers managed to achieve some understanding in how a musician’s brain works. And it proved to be something amazing!

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