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Entries from March 29th, 2009

More info on surgery headphones: per your questions!

March 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Music and Surgery

Tweet More info on the surgery headphones Sold the surgery headphones today to a dear lady who has end-stage renal disease.  She had been wanting to get them for some time, but at the moment, they are on sale at a very generous discount.  She was so excited and because she lives right here in […]

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Wireless headphones or MP3 player for your surgery?

March 28th, 2009 · No Comments · Music and Surgery

Tweet Do you want Headphones or MP3 Player for your surgery music? Now that we’ve established what all the many benefits of music during are, what are the pros and cons of the pre-programmed headphones vs. the music that is downloadable to your MP3 player. For me, the most obvious benefit is that: the headphones […]

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Is Mozart really the best music for healing?

March 26th, 2009 · No Comments · The Mozart Effect...why Mozart?

Tweet People ask me that all the time and of course, the answer is an absolute MAYBE? Is Mozart’s music the most healing music of all? What do you really know about “The Mozart Effect?” It seems to me that many musicians are a bit “up in arms” about the whole premise. I, as a […]

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Feeling Stressed? Just breeaaattthhhee…

March 23rd, 2009 · No Comments · Toning and Chanting

Tweet The Connection Between Breathing and Peace No matter what is going on in your life, you can always take a moment to focus on your breathing.When you find yourself in a tense situation, for example, you may notice that you are holding your breath. Putting your attention on your breathing can help you relax […]

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“Music May Help Soothe Surgery Pain” says WebMD

March 21st, 2009 · 1 Comment · Music and Surgery

Tweet April 21, 2006 — After surgery, patients may feel less pain and need less pain medicine if they listen to music, according to a new research review. The review appears in The Cochrane Library. It shows that patients who listened to music after surgery tended to report less pain intensity and required slightly smaller […]

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Music and Brain Injury: Sometimes it’s too late

March 18th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Music and the Brain

Music is a powerful intervention with many brain injuries and disorders such as stroke, Parkinson’s and dementia. But sometimes, the injury is so severe that the patient is declared “brain dead.” Give yourself and your children the best possibility to survive a fatal brain injury…wear a helmet!!

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Do you have a fear of anesthesia?

March 15th, 2009 · 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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Music and Your Emotions

March 10th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Music Healing

Music is powerful…that is a given. We need no scientific proof for this, all we have to do turn on a radio, or a TV or an iPod or even start humming or whistling or even THINK about humming or singing or listening to a favorite song!

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