Your Playlist Can Change Your Life: 10 Proven Ways Your Favorite Music Can Revolutionize Your Health, Memory, Organization, Alertness and More


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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:

•Relieve anxiety
•Increase your alertness
•Feel happier
•Organize your brain
•Sharpen your memory
•Improve your mood
•Live creatively
•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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3 thoughts on “Your Playlist Can Change Your Life: 10 Proven Ways Your Favorite Music Can Revolutionize Your Health, Memory, Organization, Alertness and More

  1. making a playlist takes lots of work I saw a review of this book in a magazine and was fascinated by its premise. I love music and have my IPod filled with many types of music. I use shuffle songs usually to be surprised with what comes up, and am pleasantly surprised when I remember that I put a particular song on my list, and here it is! The idea of creating playlists based on moods, feelings, needs etc really sounds like it will work.The book gives detailed instructions about how to accomplish what you want considering…

  2. Good on the psychology, weaker on the music This book is priceless. I started making mixed tapes before there were cassette tapes; I made them on my dad’s reel-to-reel. I went nuts when cassettes did come out. Then I started burning playlitsts to CDs. Lately, when I’m working, I play a relevant-to-the-subject playlist on my laptop. One book, one playlist. It’s worked so far, but now I know to feel the music more carefully (e.g. I couldn’t understand why the song Sunshine Superman distracted me when the title of the story was, in…

  3. The authors’ credentials in the psychology department are strong, and that is the strongest part of this book. I was sold on the title’s premise, that my playlist can change my life, but was looking for additional insights into how, and what kind of music would be good for what kinds of changes. You can read about the book’s general categories in the other reviews and get some idea about how this works. I did not learn too much new that did not seem obvious to me before I read the book…

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