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The science points to Neurobics as being a full brain workout, similar to playing music. How does Neurobics work? It engages our different senses in reordered and novel ways.
Seniors who learn to play a musical instrument benefit from increased memory, cognitive abilities, dexterity and balance that can stop or slow the aging process.
Active Aging research and studies on the benefits of learning to play a musical instrument and how it can slow and even reverse cognitive decline through creative and repetitive engagement.
Research presented by Certified Gerontologist Lysa Rohan, showing the how music and exercise together can improve motor skills, creativity, memory and verbal fluency.
Brain aging research uncovers the connection between music, posture, equilibrium, and having a strong balance can improve walking through gait balance training in Seniors.
When music is combined with aerobic exercise, known as Movement Therapy, it stimulates the hippocampus, improves memory, motor function, language and emotions.
Active Aging research shows dancing reduces risk of dementia and improves the hippocampus, telomeres, dexterity, memory, balance, organ function and muscle growth.