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According to psychotherapist Jordan Vyas-Lee(opens in new tab), co-founder of the Kove Clinic, a therapy clinic in London, England, listening to upbeat or happy music can help to light up neural networks that store positive and personal memories. "This is the sort of information that gets blocked during bouts of depression and which needs unlocking to stimulate problem solving skills and adaptive, positive behavioral repertoires," Vyas-Lee told Live Science.
Vyas-Lee emphasized that music alone is unlikely to "cure" depression, but it "can act as an aid to recovery."
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