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Entries from February 27th, 2009

Surgery Headphones now ready for YOU!

February 27th, 2009 · No Comments · Music Healing

For almost 20 years I have been reading about, thinking about and finally creating headphones for patients to wear during surgery. The research is there: through the process of rhythmic entrainment, patients who are listening to steady, rhythmic music through headphones, stay relaxed and as a result, require less anesthesia, less anxiety meds before and less pain medication afterwards!

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Music and Coma

February 26th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Music and the Brain

We’ve all known someone in a coma. The question is always “can they really hear me or hear music playing?” My answer, based on hundreds of anecdotal accounts is a resounding “yes!”

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Can Mozart Help a Pregnant Woman?

February 24th, 2009 · No Comments · The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Dr. Cash has been working with pregnant women, using music, for over 30 years. Her “Lullaby CD” has met with critical acclaim around the world! She is also an authority on Mozart and earned her Ph.D. in musicology.

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Earbuds support music therapy and breast cancer research

February 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · Music and Cancer

Tweet Earphones Support Music Therapy, Breast Cancer Research The fourth Limited Edition design of chicBuds Swarovski Crystal Retractable Earphones was released on July 1, supporting Breast Cancer Research, adding to the three formerly released limited edition designs, including AIDS Awareness supporting Compassion International’s AIDS program, Lover’s Heart Series for Valentine’s Day and 2 More Hours […]

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Vibrational properties of different instruments

February 19th, 2009 · No Comments · Vibrational and Sound Healing

Tweet The vibrational properties of different instruments Music healing is a very unique process for each person. That is why it’s so important for healers to have not only a strong musical training, but also a good foundation in psychological, physiological and emotion healing. Our musical tastes are very personal and are a lifetime in […]

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Anesthesia-related heart attack?

February 18th, 2009 · No Comments · Music and Surgery

Tweet Anesthesia-related heart attack? You’ve probably heard that anesthesia carries risks with it. I think that the average person thinks mainly of not waking up from surgery severe nausea prolonged grogginess severe constipation rashes and skin eruptions and other such things. But did you know that cardiac arrest can also be an unwanted side effect? […]

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What are the benefits of less anesthesia?

February 17th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Music and Surgery

Tweet Benefits of Less Anesthesia As I talk to people about the benefits of music during surgery, invariably I get the question, “But Alice, why would you want less anesthesia during surgery…I want MORE anesthesia!” OK, I know what you’re thinking: you don’t want to risk feeling any pain or being “accidentally awake” though the […]

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Why can’t humans be more like animals?

February 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Music Healing and Animals

Tweet Why can’t Humans be more like animals? Click on this link for an amazing video set to some beautiful music! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rooyt3ptNco

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