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The profound effect of music on the brain waves

Exploring the profound impact of music on brain waves

Music has been present throughout human history, spanning all cultures and epochs. The variation is breathtaking – everything from traditional Aboriginal music performed on clapsticks and didgeridoos, to Yo-Yo Ma’s sublime rendition of Bach’s Cello Suite, or Taylor Swift’s outstanding live performances in the Eras Tour.

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Brain break activities for renewed energy

After a while, you probably got up, stepped away from your desk and got yourself a coffee or popped to the bathroom. When you sat back down at your desk, you probably found that your focus had improved and you were able to finish your work. What you did there was take a brain break. And it made you more productive. 

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Brain-based therapies for Tourette Syndrome

Tourette Syndrome is a tic disorder – a problem with the nervous system. Tics are sudden twitches, movements, or sounds that people repeatedly do and which are hard to control.

Tourette Syndrome often begins between the ages of 2 and 21. Though it lasts throughout life, it is not degenerative (worsening).

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