More info on the surgical headphones

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Several people have asked me about the headphones…if they go over the head or behind the neck? The answer is “behind the neck.” This is the newer way that headphones are being made today and we have had 100’s of people try them lying down, walkikng around, leaning back in a comfortable chair or sitting up straight. So far, all of those positions are reported to be perfectly comfortable. I think it’s important to know that, although the headphones come pre-programmed with the music that I have chosen as “ideal for surgery” once your procedure is over you can delete this music if you want to and put any music you want onto the headphones. They come with a USB cable and all instructions. But keep in mind, it’s not about entertainment, it’s about “entrainment” and synchronizing the heart-beat and breathing to the slow, steady pulse of the music! This 60-minute selection of music repeats in a loop until the headphones are turned off, hopefully when you leave the recovery area!
Let me know what your other questions might be! Happy listening!

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Do you want Headphones or MP3 Player for your surgery music?

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Now that we’ve established what all the many benefits of music during are, what are the pros and cons of the pre-programmed headphones vs. the music that is downloadable to your MP3 player. For me, the most obvious benefit is that:
  • the headphones are totally cordless and the MP3 player or iPod has wires that connect the earbuds to the player
  • During surgery, or other medical procedure, you need to be able to move your head easily and many people report a problem with earbuds falling out.
  • Although many people take iPods and MP3 players into surgery and do not report a problem, I think the cordless, pre-programmed headphones are safer and less likely to become entangled with anything the surgeon or nurses might be doing for you.
  • Another advantage is that you don’t have to worry about where to put the MP3 player. Although surgical gowns often have a small pocket, it’s not really intended to keep an object in it and could easily slide out.

Of course either one is preferable to no music for your procedure. What’s the downside? Absolutely nothing! Let me know if I can help you!

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Headphones orders are coming in

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I am so excited because people are ordering both the headphones and the downloads of the surgery music I’ve worked so long to choose and program. Soon I’m hoping to have at least 4 different genres of music to choose from but right now it’s classical music. But, keep in mind, that you’ll be asleep during your surgery and your body will be kept relaxed through the process of entrainment. You will hear the music while you’re waiting to be taken back and you’ll be aware of it in the recovery area, but it’s not about entertainment; it’s about entrainment! Please feel free to send me all your questions. After a few months of sales and questions I’ll put together an eBook with the most frequently asked questions and concerns.
If you’re having surgery anytime soon, it’s best to order them NOW! If I do get backlogged, you can order the download for $79.97 and load it on to your own iPod or MP3 player. Thousands are taking iPods into surgery now but they’re not wireless/cordless like my headphones! To your good health!
Alice

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