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Salvatore Petrone presented an innovative and valuable thesis focused on the therapeutic use of original music in treating dementia. His research focused on creating relaxing music based on thorough scientific research to alleviate the adverse effects that dementia can have on patients.
Each musical composition was carefully crafted, considering specific parameters suggested by the latest scientific knowledge regarding the interaction between music and dementia. These composition processes were rigorous, drawing support from the analysis of numerous books and scientific articles. The development of a detailed protocol, which guides the creation of these relaxing pieces of music, is recognized for their unique and well-studied quality.
What truly makes these compositions unique is their positive impact on patients. Among the most significant results is improved blood oxygenation, contributing to patients' overall well-being. The observed increase in positive mood and communicative abilities is even more remarkable. These musical pieces have a tangible effect on patients' quality of life, facilitating their emotional and social engagement.
It is crucial to emphasize that this pioneering research represents the beginning of a promising journey. Despite being conducted on a limited sample of patients, the solid foundations on which it is built constitute a strong starting point. Plans include expanding this research on a larger scale to validate further and broaden the positive results achieved so far.
In contrast to many other musical compositions currently available, which may appear discordant or not aligned with current scientific knowledge, the music created by Salvatore Petrone emerges as a beacon of light in the darkness. These compositions have been developed with a deep understanding of the needs and challenges faced by dementia patients, offering a targeted and effective therapeutic approach that deserves the utmost respect and recognition.
For further details about the project and to explore the research findings, please visit our website's research page, where It is possible to find in-depth and valuable information.

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