Want to do something good for your brain? Listen to some music! Or better yet, play ​an instrument. Research has shown that while listening to music engages multiple areas of the brain​, actually playing an instrument is like a full-body brain workout. Watch this concise video to learn about the potent, beneficial effects ​that ​playing music has on the brain—and the ways in which these benefits​ can translate into real-life skills.​


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