Music Therapy for Improving Sleep Quality in Older Adults Music Therapy for Improving Sleep Quality in Older Adults
Might listening to music be a successful nonpharmacological intervention for improving sleep quality in older adults?Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy who regularly attended a weekly integrative oncology program had lower levels of depression, anxiety, and sleep problems than patients who did not regularly attend the program, according to areport inPsycho-Oncology.“Emotional distress is one of the leading challenges facing supportive and palliative oncology care,” wrote Eran Ben‐Arye, M.D., of Technion‐Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel, and colleagues. Several studies have suggested that integrative oncology care—which combines complem entary therapies with conventional cancer treatments—ma...
Condition: Hematologic Diseases Intervention: Other: musıc therapy Sponsor: Istanbul University-Cerrahpasa Completed
Nora Bruns Recent research found evidence supporting music therapy for preterm infants to stabilize vital signs and possibly promote neurodevelopment. Even though preterm infants spend a considerable amount of time sleeping, the effectiveness of music therapy during sleep has not been studied. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of music therapy on preterm infants’ vital signs with respect to the state of wakefulness. The first 20 consecutive infants born with <32 weeks’ gestational age (GA) from the intervention group of an ongoing randomized controlled trial received live music t...
Condition: Lung Transplant; Complications Intervention: Behavioral: Music Therapy Sponsor: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Not yet recruiting