- November 1st, 2014
Your mind is a powerful instrument. You are born with a melody in your brain, a song capable of keeping you balanced, which brings you peace from within and shapes your neurochemistry. In fact, all of us can use music to enhance and stimulate both physical and mental performance—as well as create positive change in our everyday lives.By Galina Mindlin, MD, PhD, with Marcia Gloster
For as long as I can remember, music has played a vital role in my life as a cure-all, feel-good, natural mood remedy. My favorite songs and artists have lent me a hand, a shoulder to cry on, and most importantly, that warm, fuzzy feeling—you know what I’m talking about.
- September 1st, 2012
A current study examined the impact of motivational music and oudeterous (neutral in terms of motivational qualities) music on endurance and a range of psychophysical indices during a treadmill-walking task.
- January 1st, 2012
Daily life is often about juggling a variety of issues and trying to stay on top of it all. It is, however, easy to slip out of your mental best into something less productive.Music and mindfulness go hand-in-handBy Joseph Cardillo, PHD, and Galina Mindlin, MD, PhD
- October 5th, 2011
A good way to stay motivated during a workout is to infuse music into your routine. Setting up a playlist on your iPod or MP3 player can be just the boost you need to bring you through the toughest points of your exercise regimen.