A recent article from July 5, 2011 (Toronto, Ontario) published in Medscape has shown that lying on a reclining chair and listening to music has an impact on the motor and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease.

This chair had an amplifier connected to it and the vibrations where transmitted to it. But rather than the vibrations produced by the chair, the music alone was shown to have effects on the patients.

This article can be seen in Medscape online magazine in the following link:

Music Improves Motor and Nonmotor Symptoms in Parkinson’s

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