If you want to improve your quality of life while you’re on dialysis, just listen to some classical music during your treatments. This video is about classical music during dialysis. This information comes from the Nephrology Journal, England edition. “randomized controlled trial interventional study to verify the effect of live classical music during hemodialysis on a quality of life of patients with chronic kidney disease”
What they did was they listened to classical music and symptom improvement was noted, as well as general wellbeing, and sleep, so a lot of things improved. There’s nothing involved here, but just listening to some classical music when you’re having your hemodialysis treatment. You can do this during peritoneal. Classical music shows some benefits in other studies too.
At this channel, we are always looking for unique ways to help the quality of life of kidney disease sufferers. In this video we go over some new research that indicates listening to music can actually help kidney patients undergoing dialysis. The benefits ranged from improved symptoms, sleep, and general wellbeing.
It is important to note that classical music was the type of music being played in these studies. This makes sense, because individuals are very susceptible to anxiety when dealing with situations such as illness, and medical treatments such as dialysis. When anxiety is increased, it can add to the already negative effects of the disease that a chronic kidney disease patient is dealing with.
The direct effect of music on patients with illness and disease has been studied in different ways over the last couple of years. Changes in anxiety and mood were discovered by dialysis patients who listened to live classical music. This lead to overall improvement in general wellbeing. As you dive deeper into the complexities of how music affects the mind and body, there are some very interesting discoveries to be made.
Listening to or making music affects the brain in ways that may help promote health and manage disease symptoms. Music activates a group of structures in the brain that are involved in thinking, sensation, movement, and emotion. These brain effects then lead to physical and psychological benefits.