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90Life Research  2019, Vol. 2 Issue (2): 64-70    DOI: 10.12032/life2019-0425-003
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Effects of music therapy in depression and anxiety disorder
Ednaldo Antonio dos Santos1,*(), Esperanza Marchant Sanchez1, Maria Angeles Niguez Ortiz1, Maria Amparo Oliver Germes1
1Doctoral Program in Promotion of Autonomy and Social Healthcare in the Unit, University of Valencia.
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Abstract  

Mental disorders are considerate "the evil of the century" by renowned researchers, because a large part of the population in many countries is a diagnosticated, and currently affect youth and children. Among the numerous therapeutic interventions, the music therapy is a non-invasive approach. However, there are very few people who are professionally engaged in research and studies on the subject. Therefore, this article is a literature to talk about the benefits of music therapy sessions for people with stress, depression and anxiety disorders.



Key wordsmusic therapy      anxiety disorder      depression disorders      stresses      non-invasive techniques     
Received: 14 January 2019      Published: 24 April 2019
Corresponding Authors: Ednaldo Antonio dos Santos     E-mail: edandos@alumni.uv.es
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Ednaldo Antonio dos Santos, Esperanza Marchant Sanchez, Maria Angeles Niguez Ortiz, Maria Amparo Oliver Germes. Effects of music therapy in depression and anxiety disorder. 90Life Research, 2019, 2(2): 64-70.

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