The Mozart Effect

One study divided a group of preschool children into two groups. The first group received piano lessons embroidery designs, while the other group improved their spatial; scores by 46 percent and the computer lesson group improved their scores by only 6 percent.

Don Campbell, the author of The Mozart Effect vector conversion, says classical music affects our health in many positive ways. It can increase endorphin levels, boost the immune function, regulate stress- related hormones, strengthen memory and improve coordination. Play music for your children often, dance and sing together and encourage your child to play a musical instrument, urges Campbell.

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