DID YOU KNOW?
- Older adults’ memory deficits are linked to brain atrophy and shrinkage – people lose gray matter with age.
- Music has the power to preserve older adults’ working memory by enhancing gray matter volume.
- Active music listening increases older adults’ cerebellar gray matter and improves working memory.
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**Article written by Christopher Bergland, a retired ultra-endurance athlete turned science writer and public health advocate, for Psychology Today.**