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Latest Hormonal Research

Check out the latest research below on Cortisol, Melatonin, Inflammatoin, and Glucose. Dive into a world of expert analysis, real-life experiences, and cutting-edge approaches.

Music Therapy Boosts Mood in ADHD Kids: New Study Finds

Published By:

Jong-In Park et al.

Published On:

Mar 6, 2023

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Music Therapy Boosts Mood in ADHD Kids: New Study Finds

A recent study reveals that music therapy significantly improves mood and reduces stress in children and adolescents with ADHD, by enhancing serotonin levels and decreasing cortisol.

What Exactly They Discovered:

Researchers discovered that music therapy, involving active and receptive methods, can significantly increase serotonin levels and decrease cortisol in children with ADHD. This therapy led to lower blood pressure and heart rate, indicating reduced stress. Positive changes in depression and stress scales further confirmed the therapy's effectiveness.

Why It Matters:

This study highlights music therapy as a potential non-pharmacological treatment for ADHD-related depression and stress. By activating serotonin and lowering cortisol, music therapy offers a holistic approach to improving mental health in children and adolescents with ADHD, without the side effects associated with medication.

How Applies to Corti:

Corti's real-time monitoring device could be pivotal in such therapies by tracking changes in melatonin, cortisol, inflammation, and glucose levels. This data can help tailor music therapy sessions to individual needs, maximizing therapeutic benefits and providing insights into the physiological effects of music therapy.

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