These results were obtained after observing the brains of about 48 men and women aged 19 to 21 years. All respondents are known to have learned to play music, but some respondents are known to have learned to recognize music when they were three years old. From there the researchers found that the part of the brain associated with the ability to conceptualize, language and time management appeared stronger in respondents who started to know music since childhood. In addition, the portion related to personality and voice acceptance also experienced a greater increase.
Not only that, scientists from Beijing revealed that some parts of the brain associated with music experienced rapid development when they were children. This study also argues that music lessons for children are futile, because new children will feel the benefits when they get older. Meanwhile, researchers from the United States explain that adults who have studied music as children tend to have brain cells that respond more quickly and are sensitive to sounds they hear. This shows that they are easier to pick up sound and communicate with focus, even when in an unfavorable atmosphere such as noise.
This applies not only to piano musical instruments, but also other musical instruments. Teaching music from an early age to children is also known to be able to increase children’s IQ and help them be more sensitive to the emotions of others, so that children will grow to be individuals who are considerate of each other. For that, there is nothing wrong with starting to introduce music to your little one. Music is not only able to train their talents and abilities, but also provides many benefits for them. Especially when they grow up, with music IQ children can increase and they will also grow to be more sensitive and sensitive to other people’s feelings.