Hello friends! If you are scheduled for surgery, dental work, or any anxiety-provoking medical procedures, then you are like considering using our Bluetooth or pre-loaded headphones. My question to you is, which would you prefer?
Today, you have more choices than ever before. Let me tell you a little about the benefits of each.
These headphones have micro-SD card slot in the headphone ear cups that can be loaded with our Classical Blend playlist, the Jazz playlist, the New Age playlist, the Lullaby playlist, or the Memory Care playlist. These headphones also have Bluetooth capability, but when we load the SD card we recommend that you not use the Bluetooth function. The headphones that are preloaded will cost a little more.
This will be a high-quality Bluetooth headphones, but instead of being pre-loaded with our rhythmic entrainment music, you will use Bluetooth to stream one of purchased playlists from your Smartphone. You need to be sure to let your doctor know that you plan to use therapeutic, rhythmic entrainment music during your procedure.Most physicians will be more than happy to allow you to bring music to your procedure than will calm and comfort you. Anxiety is one of the first things that hospitals give you medication for when you arrive for your procedure, but when your have the Surgical Serenity music and headphones, you will likely be as calm and relaxed as they want you to be.
Headphones for Children
And for the first time ever, we will have a children’s headset. I am particularly excited about this headset because it will come pre-loaded with our Lullaby playlist and be ideal for the child who is not feeling well, hospitalized, or just needs some quiet time to calm down. These adorable Kitty-Kat ear headphones will delight both parent and child. This playlist is pre-loaded with 23 classic lullabies and will repeat continuously until it’s turned off! I have a very limited number of these available but will ship you one of these if you’ll contact me here or go to www.surgicalserenitysolutions.com/products/
I’ll probably be blogging a little more than usual as a result of staying home for “social distancing” so stay up to date on your choices for using music to deal with anxiety. As always, let me know your questions too!