Episode 045 Music Resources and Moby's Ambient Tunes

The bland definition is music is controlled or organized sound. So it begs the question can music help you deal with your anxiety? Why, yes it can.

And from the number of times I have fixed the title of this blog post I know for sure that I need more sleep before I write or post. When you confuse toons (as in cartoons) for tunes you know you have a sleep issue.

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Resources Mentioned:

New York Magazine article on why women have more anxiety http://nymag.com/thecut/2016/06/women-are-twice-as-likely-as-men-to-have-anxiety.html

A Systematic Review of Reviews on the Prevalence of Anxiety Disorders in Adult Populations http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/brb3.497/abstract;jsessionid=608C29494C2AD7AC66F2EBA3C2517BC9.f04t03
CNN Vital Signs post on Meditation and Psychedelics Drugs http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/03/health/psychedelics-anxiety-depression-meditation/index.html
Health Journeys Guided Meditation for Panic Attacks http://www.healthjourneys.com/Store/Anxiety-Relief/29
Composer Jon Brooks Calming music for anxiety, panic and stress. https://soundcloud.com/jonbrooks-1/seventh-heaven-jon-brooks
Moby has 4 hours of Ambient Music for Calm and Relaxation the main page is http://moby.com/la1 You can also listen to Moby's music on SoundCloud, Google Play, iTunes and other services.


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