Why Classical Music and its Neurochemical Cascade is Good for People with Multiple Sclerosis

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Classical music helps us make physical improvements

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neon sign reading ‘you are what you listen to’
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It gives catharsis and positive emotional experiences

It helps thinking and memory

It strengthens and protects our brains

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It helps improve sleep and reduce depression

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