How Mozart can soothe epileptic brains

Mozart soothes epileptic brains
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It is said that music can appease the beasts, and every parent in the world has heard of the –unproven– Mozart effect for producing smarter babies, however, what not everyone knows is that one of his compositions, the Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major, K. 448, can actually decrease the epileptic activity in the brain. And completely unknown until now was how this happened.

A new study in the journal Scientific Reports has clarified this point and furthermore, proposes the basis to replicate the effects of this musical piece with new compositions.

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