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Postby ricardo » Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:23 am

interested in music videos that are said to increase brain activity . symmetry
left/ right activity (other) improvement for aphasia. (speech)(writing)

example for use ; 'waking from surgery', brain trauma, post traumatic
stress syndrome (PTSS)- (PTSD ) ( suicide prevention ) Lou gehrigs disease.
and Parkinson's clients.

sleep apnea states (mixed) or brain apnea (differentiated from strictly physical
impediments) example: ' waking ' from an post surgical environment.

music videos in this category: post surgical , (apnea) might actually be termed
" eye candy " because, of the proven increase in respiration and heart rate. :dance:
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Postby ricardo » Thu Jan 05, 2012 10:00 am

ricardo wrote:interested in music videos that are said to increase brain activity . symmetry


left/ right activity (other) improvement for aphasia. (speech)(writing)
example for use ; 'waking from surgery', brain trauma, post traumatic
stress syndrome (PTSS)- (PTSD ) ( suicide prevention ) Lou gehrigs disease.
and Parkinson's clients.



sleep apnea states (mixed) or brain apnea (differentiated from strictly physical
impediments) example: ' waking ' from an post surgical environment.


music videos in this category: post surgical , (apnea) might actually be termed
" eye candy " because, of the proven increase in respiration and heart rate. :dance:
music being evaluated and tested.

please add your comments or results.( there is an degree of subjective choice.)

chopin nocturne opus 27 #2 piano solo.
music animation machine. warning ! very graphic.

:D moonlight sonata

Mozart piano quartet in G ? minor ( tonal quality matters)

Brahms , Beethoven , wagnor , no pseudo- baroque please, or techno pop
( few exeptions)
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Postby ricardo » Thu Jan 05, 2012 6:10 pm

voluntary of course. I plan to 'playlist' / genre on an nano / similar,
I'll have delivered to a friend in feb. so, there is time to review the music.
a primer course in brain mapping and function will be helpful. as many already
know. alpha, beta theta and 4 th wave function is diagnostic to brain function.
automatic, involuntary functions, as well as the seat of emotion, and cognitiv
functions have specific areas that music stimulates/ relates to in not fully
understood ways.

I believe it's a form of remodeling by stimulating Brain
synapse to repeatedy fire or develop alternate routes. chemical reactions are
important too. but there has to be an 'firewall' control. from sensory
overload. our scientist friends, have electronic machines and devices that
detect most brain waves and neural activity.

deep brain stimulation
via surgical intervention has identified many areas of brain activity , by

observation and asking conscious patients ( not in pain) how the felt during the

medical procedure. this is old news. I'm looking for quick practical applications.

thinking of helping a friend. I have to muse about the obvious references

in literature and art. that music has an impact on mood; love , healing, etc...
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Postby frrostedman » Fri Jan 06, 2012 1:10 am

Can you provide some youtube links?

I have no idea what you're talking about.

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Postby bionic » Fri Jan 06, 2012 9:52 pm

'The Mozart Effect' and 'Hemisync' come to mind immediately as does the whole, 'pop your amygdala' stuff

also, the herb Gingko Biloba is suppose to help with brain function ..I even read a daily dose of ibuprofen is good for the brain and can maybe, prevent, or slowdown the onset of stuff like alzheimer's disease

Omega 3's, DHA is really good for brain, too, fyi

as are stuff like math problems as you get older..learning a new language..crosswords and the like..use it or lose it

just like with your muscles, an unused brain will atrophy
Willie Wonka quotes..
What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?
Why? Are you having fun?
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams
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Postby ricardo » Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:44 pm

bionic wrote:'The Mozart Effect' and 'Hemisync' come to mind immediately as does the whole, 'pop your amygdala' stuff

also, the herb Gingko Biloba is suppose to help with brain function ..I even read a daily dose of ibuprofen is good for the brain and can maybe, prevent, or slowdown the onset of stuff like alzheimer's disease

Omega 3's, DHA is really good for brain, too, fyi
as are stuff like math problems as you get older..learning a new language..crosswords and the like..use it or lose it
just like with your muscles, an unused brain will atrophy



Great ideas . ( not my area) ok ,so the goal will be . non- drug stimulation of
consciousness . While avoiding triggering PTSS . Lucid dreaming is theta ish
Beta is Active. I'm sure heart rate enters into this too...something to
Consider. and, rapid eye movement that is indicative of dreaming. Video is
Not as important as music.

I'll check out brain music , music for creative Inspiration that kind of stuff.
( no suppliments At this time.) I appreciate the Thought.
good point about triggering ptss .

Stimulating neural activity -gradually -to cognitive thought , via the auditory
System. Anybody write better or solve math equations listening to particular music?




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Postby ricardo » Sat Jan 07, 2012 2:26 pm

"Mozart effect". That's a bingo! Temporal lobe stimulation.( memory speech ) Also, Music that is 60 beats per min. Not faster. ( tempo). (Per article.)
I'll check it out. Thanks.


frrost- below are an couple of primers on ; the ability of music/ tones, to
increase brain activity. said to be temporary ( I disagree) see remodeling)
also, works both ways. soothe the savage beast or get people jacked up.
use specific. this video depicts an increase in brain activity attributable
to classical music. this information has medical ramifications. the applications
and input I seek... I hope that helped. I'll post more late. not the best
videos on the subject. longer ones would not play. :wall:
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Postby ricardo » Tue Jan 10, 2012 4:38 pm

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Postby bionic » Tue Jan 10, 2012 11:26 pm

those cd's that use nature sounds mixed with classical music make great calmign, mind clearing background music for stuff like meditating or studying, fyi
Willie Wonka quotes..
What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?
Why? Are you having fun?
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
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Postby bionic » Tue Jan 10, 2012 11:31 pm

an example(not the best one..but you get the point)..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJNAek23FOM
Willie Wonka quotes..
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Why? Are you having fun?
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