THE MUSIC DIET
Your brain lights up when you feed it with music and sound. The ears don't lead to a dead end, they are a powerful input channel to the brain.
This first book in Dr Rock's health trilogy gives a simple overview of decades of neuroscience research to show how to use music and sound to maintain good brain and body health throughout life.
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THE BRAIN ROCKS
Good health starts in the brain. If you're not in the decision making driving seat it's less likely you'll consistently make good health choices.
This 2nd book in Dr Rock's health trilogy shows how combining sound and vision based techniques can produce rapid and incredible positive impact on key brain processes that are vital for good health.
She considers sound and vision to be the Lennon & McCartney of health tools. This book shows you how to harness them in everyday life to produce good health habits and consistently produce efforts that will keep you at the top of the health charts.
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 2020
THE SOUND MIND
This 3rd and final part of Dr Rock's health trilogy explores the new era of psychotherapies and technologies that can help us orchestrate and maintain lifelong good health no matter what inevitable stresses and complications we encounter.
“Music can transform lives and help physical and mental wellbeing for those of all ages. Employers will see - and hear - the benefits of allowing staff to listen to music of any genre in the workplace.
Having opera in the background continually at ENO (and pop and hip hop in the background when I worked at MTV) can have a transformative effect on the happiness of staff.
The Music Diet is a must read and totally nails the crucial importance of music in human beings' lives and for their health."
Chief Executive, English National Opera
"Music is a key component in human life. The Music Diet is a compelling and authoritative book showing a clear link between what we hear and our mental and physical health.
I support the drive to encourage bosses to help their employees listen to music in the workplace. This can help stimulate productivity and ease stress in an increasingly complex world of working patterns and environments.
Dr Rock is setting the pace and leading the debate - she is someone who we all need to listen to.”
Chief Executive, UK Music