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Gulf Today Report
Seven Jordanian specialists will officially start treating patients by music after completing their graduation, it was revealed during a ceremony held on Sunday evening at the Royal Cultural Centre in Amman.
Dr Jack Sarkis, Consultant of Neurological Disorders and Autism, supervising the batch pointed out that music releases physical sounds, which address the brain, hormones and the body to achieve comfort and happiness and to get rid of disturbances and stress.
Sarkis added, "Music translates movement within the nervous system based on a specific mechanism and affects the behaviour of the individual.”
According to Sarkis, the projects presented by the graduates include a music programme to reduce employee’s anxiety.
They also explained the effect of treatment with this programme on the aggressive behaviour of adolescents.
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