Music

triggers emotions,

awakens memories,

lets us knock our fingers in time,

tap our feet,

makes us dance.

Music influences the body and the mind - also for people with dementia.

When making music and listening to music, the brain releases endorphins, our body's own happiness hormones.

Music connects - including our nerve cells.

Musical stimuli ensure that the nerve cells in our brain interconnect anew

and that the brain areas network better with one another.

Music has a positive effect on our emotional and physical well-being

and also has positive effects in the therapy of dementia.