It’s more potent than a cup of coffee, less dangerous than a pill, cheaper than psychoanalysis, and downloadable on iTunes.
Music can be the best therapy, says a new book.
Whether it’s Frank Sinatra or a pounding punk-rock anthem, songs can brighten the blues, motivate and increase concentration.
“What we’re showing is that music is able to change your brain waves and chemistry,” said Dr. Joseph Cardillo, a holistic psychologist and one of the authors of “Your Playlist Can Change Your Life” (Sourcebooks), out today.
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