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In a Finnish study, stroke patients who listened to music of their choice for an hour a day fared significantly better than those who listened to audio books or had no audio stimulation at all.
The music group had better verbal skills and attention focus, and reduced depression and confusion.
Listening to music was especially helpful for those who had more severe strokes that prevented more active therapy.
Listen to music on the radio, from your personal collection, or from the public library.
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