Music, food for the brain by Sheryl Doe

Music is food for the brain

Did you know that playing music can actually improve memory and coordination and that this can actually alter your brain’s structure?

It is well known that School children who study music are more likely to perform much better in non-music subjects.

Later Life

Also, did you know that taking piano lessons later in life has shown to have direct physical benefits in older adults?. These benefits include lowering blood pressure, reducing stress and increasing cognitive abilities.

At Allegro Optical we understand the importance of music. We also understand how important it is to be able to see the music and the conductor.  We know that many musicians struggle to see both their music and the conductor. This can reduce their enjoyment or even mean early retirement for the professional musician.

If you are a musician struggling to see at those essential distance, why not give us a call on 0113 345 2272


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