Learn How Music Listening Habit Can Improve Mental Health

music can Improve Mental Health

We all know listening to music is an impressive job, but do you know it also makes us healthier. Music can be a source of serenity and pleasure with its many other psychological benefits. A study found that music can influence one’s behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. It can also help you cope with your mental conditions. Nowadays, in different countries, psychiatrists use music therapy to help their patients. Below are some more health benefits of listening to music.  1.     Improve One’s Cognitive Performance Different researches suggest that background music can…

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UV sterilizer devices spike in popularity for keeping gadgets germ-free

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The pandemic crisis has made people very aware of the importance of cleaning their phones. UV sterilizer gadgets have been taking off in popularity as the pandemic has made people far more aware of how important it is to keep their phones and other devices clean. Most people already knew that their phone screens were far from sanitary before the pandemic. While it was no mystery that all the spots and fingerprints on a screen indicated that a phone wasn’t a clean surface, most people didn’t realize just how many…

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Medical AI rushed into use in many categories due to pandemic

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COVID-19 is putting artificial intelligence to the test in terms of its health care applications. Researchers around the world have been testing medical AI for new reasons that apply to COVID-19 diagnosis, care, treatment, and research. This is putting artificial intelligence technology to the test in a widespread and unique way that has never been seen before. This focused use of the technology will help researchers to better understand the tech’s possibilities. At the UC San Diego health system, Dr. Albert Hsiao and his team have already been working on…

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First augmented reality surgery completed by Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons

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The surgeons successfully conducted a spinal fusion procedure using AR guidance equipment. Johns Hopkins in Baltimore was home to a first of its kind augmented reality surgery conducted on a living patient in the United States. Dr. Timothy Witham, Dr. Daniel Sciubba, and Dr. Camilo Molina used AR technology guidance to place six screws into the patient’s spine. The purpose of the procedure was to help relieve chronic pain suffered by the patient. The augmented reality surgery technology involved the use of a headset with a see-through visual display. That…

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Device screen blue light damages skin and makes you look older

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Smartphones, tablets, laptops and other screens emit wavelengths causing premature signs of aging. Blue light damages skin and leaves it prone to signs of premature aging, say the results of recent research. These wavelengths are produced by smartphones, laptops, tablets and other screens we use for hours every day. Unlike the TV – for most of us – smaller device screens are quite close to our faces. Smaller screens need to be held closer to our faces so that we can see what they display. As a result, we are…

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