Unlock the power of the songs in your pocket
Maybe you blast the speakers when you need to get pumped up. If that's all you do, though, you're not taking full advantage of the way music can help you. Listen to a slower track first and the one-two punch of the playlist can push you even higher. Overflowing with easy-to-use tips like these, Your Playlist Can Change Your Life is the first book to offer scientifically proven methods for using your favorite music to enhance your life. You'll discover how you can use the tunes you love to:
•Increase your alertness
•Organize your brain
•Sharpen your memory
•Improve your mood
•Enhance your ability to fight off stress, insomnia, depression, and even addiction
Teaching readers how to customize playlists for a feel-good prescription that has no side effects, Your Playlist Can Change Your Life offers a natural way to a better you simply by listening.
GALINA MINDLIN, MD, PHD, is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Columbia University, found of Brain Music Therepy (BMT) in the United States, and clinical and executive director of the BMT Center, NYC.
DON DUROUSSEAU, MBA, is a cognitive neuroscientist. He is the founder and chief executive officer of Human Bionics, LLC, and executive director of Peak Neurotraining Solutions, Inc.
JOSEPH CARDILLO, PHD, is the author of Be Like Water, among other books, and has taught at various universities.
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About the Author
Galina Mindlin, MD, PhD, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia University, is the founder of BMT (Brain Music Therapy). Don DuRousseau, BS, MBA, is founder/CEO of Human Bionics Llc., and executive director of Peak Neurotraining Solutions, Inc. peaknt.com Joseph Cardillo, PhD, professor, is a top-selling author in holistic psychology and mind-body medicine. brainmusictreatment.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
“Your Playlist Can Change Your Life” by Galina Mindlin, Don Durousseau, and Joseph Cardillo is a fun book that contains information on how music can be used as a force of healing. It was great that they all shared how to use musical playlists as instruments towards boosting happiness. The following is some of the engaging information shared in this book: Page 49: Link between music, exercise, and improved well-being. Pages 66-67: Ideas are shared on examples of playlists to create (such as the one for boosting a sense of calm). Page 141: It is explained why music increases memory storage in the brain. Pages 184-195: There is data given on combining music with a creative life. “Your Playlist Can Change Your Life” is a book that is best for the many who enjoy reading about ideas for using music towards greater joy.
Understand the power of music and how to use it in your everyday life. Your playlist CAN chang your life!