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Explore the benefits of music

Turn up the radio. Sing a song. Dance around the room or pick up a guitar. Making and enjoying music can stimulate your brain, trigger memories and emotions, connect you with others and enrich your life, according to a report from AARP’s Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH). How exactly does this happen? According to the GCBH report, music engages multiple parts of the brain and helps them work together. So kick up your heels, turn up the volume and sing out loud the next time you’re in the shower. Visit AARP® Staying Sharp® for more information on brain health.

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