Forget everything you think you know about drumming…
And take a look at how the oldest instrument on the planet is supporting neuroscience by providing a unique and valuable tool for studying the brain and its functions.
Bang A Drum
Drumming is good for you, it supports your physical, mental and cognitive health. Collectively, these contribute to your overall brain health, which is really important because your brain regulates and controls virtually every function in your body, from breathing to heart rate and movement.
Brain conditions are now estimated to affect about half of the world's population. They are the leading cause of disability and the second leading cause of death worldwide, with the three most common conditions being dementia, stroke and headaches.
Better Brain Health
The good news is that many neurological conditions are preventable, and by incorporating lifestyle changes into your daily routine, you can have a positive impact on your brain health.
To support this we've developed a handy tool called BEAT to help remind people of the key areas they need to focus on.
We're building a community to raise awareness of the health benefits of drumming and how this supports our brain health.
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