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Effect of Music Therapy on Stress

Stress is a common concern in healthcare personnel such as dentists because it may affect their clinical practice and performance (Polychronopoulou & Divaris, 2005; Pozos Radillo et al., 2008). The effect of music on stress has been known to philosophers and thinkers such as Aristotle from ancient times; however, its psychological effects on modern day medicine were first proposed by Sigmund Freud. Music therapy helps to treat stress in a variety of ways; namely it can improve mood, vitality, self-esteem and personality. Additionally, studies have shown that when people are deeply involved in activities that are fun, physiological factors such as heart rate (HR), blood pressure (BP) and respiration rate are decreased (Polychronopoulou & Divaris, 2005).

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