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Alex
 Alex
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02/05/2017 11:46 pm  

While cancer is a strong disease, we should not ignore the inner capacity for healing our body and mind have in order to keep a positive, relaxed state that will hopefully help other treatments function optimally.

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Alex

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Daniel
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02/05/2017 11:52 pm  

I agree, and next to that I think Music/Sound can do even more than help relaxing via the resonance with our body.


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Alex
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03/05/2017 12:07 am  

I remember being a kinder, sometime in the early 90's.

I had a torn nail cause of an accident playing outside, and it hurt soooo much. Listening to music always made it so much more easy for me.

Thankfully the nail grew back over time and i was in good shape after all.

Music helped me, and my mom seems to feel the same as well.

Hence i suggest this for listening since my mom enjoys it very much.

The importance of the audio system to be used for playback is perhaps relative.

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Thank you very much,
Alex

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Ergin
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03/05/2017 5:27 am  

I have a true story  about music and cancer.

A scientist in a university was trying to make mice cancer for future tests.

This time,none of the mice get cancer.The only change was a new worker who works at night.

She was listening classical music.I am still in touch with her.

She said,may be all the possibilities came together and mice didnt get cancer or it was the classical music alone.

May be  it was the effect of the hormones,who knows.


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Pouya
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20/05/2017 9:24 pm  

there are also certain Frequencies like 432 hz that are said to have healing properties. I understand that the science here is lacking but I'd personally give it a shot anyways. I doubt it can do any harm. mind you that it is not necessarily easy listening. not everyone can listen to it on a regular basis.
regards,
Pouya.


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Pouya
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20/05/2017 10:34 pm  

another thing that you might find somehow interesting is this song, called Weightless by the British ambient band Marconi Union, apparently it's made with the help of a team of sound therapists . according to these scientists it is the most relaxing song produced to this day. 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/8830066/Band-creates-the-most-relaxing-tune-ever.html

Weightless:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYoqCJNPxv4


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wonderwoman
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11/07/2017 6:55 pm  

This is a great symphony, it helped me a lot dealing with restless nights and catch up on sleep. 


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Daniel
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14/04/2018 9:33 pm  

The Frequency of the Universe is Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBSZr-K_18Q


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