Neuroplasticity and playing drums

According to some studies, links have been demonstrated connecting good musical timing and the part of the brain used for problem-solving. Research suggests that when engaged in music, a drummer’s inner clock moves in waves, rather than a tick tock of incremental packets. This waveform rhythm is similar to what is seen in natural human brainwaves and heart rates during sleep. It seems that drumming allows a person to tap into a deeper level of the mind, and repeated practice is certain to flex the brain’s plasticity and bolster the cognitive function of the user’s brain. To learn more, we can have a look at one of many available resources on the subject.

https://www.mic.com/articles/89363/science-shows-how-drummers-brains-are-actually-different-from-everybody-elses?fbclid=IwAR3h_Z6K8aEmQWdr9IXXmSXNpiJtzC_fVi5WBypEIyq8KsHm5O2UGEpFNeM