Music therapy for diabetes and asthma


Recently I posted on how “loud music and MDMA(ecstasy) interact”:http://www.randomjohn.info/wordpress/2006/02/16/drug-and-music-interaction/. While the interactions aren’t wonderful, they do bring up a lot of questions about other music and drug interactions, and whether music can be used to influence illness. Well, “here’s an article”:http://news.webindia123.com/news/showdetails.asp?id=225378&n_date=20060120&cat=Health about the use of music to treat asthma and diabetes. While I’d personally shy away from words like “cure” (which I do anyway for any type of treatment conventional or alternative), I find the area of research exciting.

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  1. […] Music has been the subject of a recent volume in the Annals of the NY Academy of Sciences. I’ve recently covered music as both a therapy for asthma and diabetes and as synergist of sorts with MDMA (ecstasy). Frank Herbert knew about the power effects of music when he wrote in Dune about the drug and music combination (mostly for mind control). Think of how you can use these facts to set your own environment. […]

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