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Entries from October 30th, 2008

Do you have a fear of anesthesia?

October 30th, 2008 · No Comments · Music and Surgery

Tweet Fear of Anesthesia It’s not too surprising that many people have a crippling fear of anesthesia. As a matter of fact, their fear is so intense and so overwhelming that they choose not to have surgery, rather than subject themselves to their terrifying projections. But is anesthesia really that dangerous? According to Sarah Wassner […]

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Your Brain and Strokes: Don’t miss this video!

October 28th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Music Healing

Tweet The Brain and Strokes: Pay Close Attention This is really pretty hard to believe, but it is true. This woman had studied the brain and then she, herself, had a stroke. What she discovered during that process is something we would do well to learn more about. Pay attention!

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Just how stressed out ARE you??

October 24th, 2008 · No Comments · Music and the Mind-Body

Tweet Stressed out?  Tense and anxious?  Can’t sleep? Worried about finances and bills?  Health issues?         Do you know how powerful music is as a stress reliever??  You can learn to use the music you love to ease tension and de-stress your life!  Music is a proven stress buster!   Learn how to use music […]

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What if Mozart had had Better Healthcare??

October 22nd, 2008 · No Comments · The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet If Mozart Had had Better Healthcare… By ANTHONY TOMMASINI NYTimes POOR Mozart, who died at 35, must have inherited at least the potential for longevity from his parental gene pool.His father, Leopold Mozart, died at 67, a ripe old age in an era when rampant illnesses claimed the majority of European children in infancy. […]

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Man Plays Banjo during his own Brain Surgery

October 20th, 2008 · No Comments · Music Healing

Tweet Man plays banjo during his own brain surgery! Several people have sent me links to this unusual video and I wanted to share it with all of my readers and clients! This well-known country music star, Eddie Adcock, was asked to bring his banjo into surgery in order to discern how part of his […]

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A Preemie Deer: Would singing lullabies help?

October 19th, 2008 · 2 Comments · Music Healing and Animals

Tweet   In my work as a clinical musicologist and a therapist I emphasize the use of singing lullabies to preemies as one of the best things a mother can do to stabilize her baby, get her gaining weight, and create a lifelong bond. But what if the preemie is a deer? This little fellow […]

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How Does Music Affect the Mind-Body Connection?

October 16th, 2008 · 2 Comments · Music and the Mind-Body

Tweet Music’s Effect on Mind and Body What does music do to the body and mind? What happens in your body when you hear music that you love? Do you feel energy, calm, great joy and happiness, sadness and grief, anger, love? Well, of course, it depends upon the music you’re hearing but all of […]

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How early can baby hear?

October 14th, 2008 · No Comments · Music with Newborns and Preemies

Tweet Throughout my three pregnancies I wondered, “can my baby hear the music around me; can she hear my conversations with friends and family?” Well, I didn’t know the answer then, but I do now! The developing ear is beginning to be functional by the beginning of the second trimester! Research shows that around the […]

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