Music therapy via wireless internet for stress symptom and crime prevention

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In the world today, people are living with rush and competition for a better life and brighter future, which leads to stressful life and consequently causes physical and mental illness. Both kinds of illness can negatively affect oneself and others, especially the mental illness. That is the person with mental illness can, consciously and unconsciously, commit a crime both harmful to himself and others. Among various methods, music therapy is the effective ways to cure these symptoms and illnesses. Music therapy via wireless distribution (MTWD), is a concept that combines musical tele-therapy to the benefits of security camera, which is a very interesting new idea aiming to prevent and cure symptoms and illnesses caused by stress. The concept will be discussed in details.




Prashyanusorn, P., Pavaganun, C., & Yupapin, P. P. (2010). Music therapy via wireless internet for stress symptom and crime prevention. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 2, pp. 68ā€“73).

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