Let me start by saying: fear of surgery is not unusual! Nor is it wrong, or silly, or stupid. Actually, I think that someone who had just been told they need surgery, would be foolish simply to accept that blindly. I’ve had surgery numerous times, unfortunately, but obviously I survived!
No one wants their body to be cut on! Nobody in their right mind, but sometimes, the doctor needs to go in and repair something, remove something, or perhaps, just improve it. In that case, you’re going to need to have surgery.
I’m a great believer in educating yourself and now that we have Google and Bing and other search engines, you can quickly get lots of quality information on most any subject imaginable. Many people take the ostrich approach and bury their heads in the sand, thinking that if they can just ignore their physical problem it will go away…but it never does!
What if you could be reassured enough to go ahead and have your surgery done and put it behind you? Many people neglect their surgery because they are truly afraid that they won’t wake up from anesthesia and will never see family and friends again. Others fear the pain that will invariably result from cutting into the body. But did you know, that when music is put into your brain, through headphones, anesthesia and pain medication can sometimes be cut in half!! Yes, this is what research in the fields of music therapy, nursing, surgery and music medicine have shown. Even if you don’t require 50% less anesthesia and pain medication, you will require less of each, and the less medication you require, the more like you will awaken from surgery and get back to your life.
If you’re interested in knowing more about this, go to Surgical Serenity Solutions and begin educating yourself about music with surgery!