Biological Effects of Music in Cancer Patients: Contributing to an Evidence-Based Practice

Biological Effects of Music in Cancer Patients: Contributing to an Evidence-Based Practice

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Author(s): Gunnar Glauco De Cunto Carelli Taets, Caroline Mignha Aben-Athar Fernandes, Lucas da Costa Torres, Christian Marx Carelli Taets

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2302 35 154 21-27 Volume 9 - Apr 2020

Abstract

A systematic review was performed using the descriptors “music” and “cancer”. The data indicate that the use of music in the context of cancer patients can reduce anxiety, improve depression, reduce acute and / or chronic pain, improve cardiorespiratory parameters and reduce fatigue.

Keywords

Music, Cancer, Biological Effects

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