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    WhatNext Ultimate Chemo Playlist - what should be on it?

    Asked by KarenG_WN on Thursday, April 12, 2012

    WhatNext Ultimate Chemo Playlist - what should be on it?

    If you were to create a playlist for someone just starting chemo - what songs would you suggest they put on it? Wouldn't it be cool if we could get this posted on iTunes?!?!

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    • GregP_WN's Avatar
      GregP_WN

      After thinking about this and looking at my ipod I found a few I really like, Stand by Rascall Flats, I'm gonna love you through it by Martina McBride, There goes my Hero by Foo Fighters, This Ain't Nothing, by Craig Morgan, I have several more but thechemo brain won't let the names out.

      about 9 years ago
    • Blue's Avatar
      Blue

      A neighbor friend is a sound therapist. He and his wife come here once a week and we use sound as a potential healing technique.
      We huummmm up and down the scale, play drums, rattles and flutes. When we're finished, my body feels fully relaxed yet alert. The sound exercises are making a difference in this process yet I cannot describe exactly how. I believe calming music does have healing properties as part of the full sensory dynamic. I would recommend the CD of the Tibetan Singing Bowls since the music works as background sound with amazing, full body head to toe, resonance.

      almost 9 years ago
    • Beatrice's Avatar
      Beatrice

      I know you are saying songs, but audiobook are just so wonderful. You can close your eyes and really get into a great story. You can download them from your library or purchase from places like audible.com If you've never downloaded them from the library, go to google and type in overdrive + the name of your library. Overdrive is the company the libraries work with all over the country for this and they will have step by step on how to download and get them on your player or phone.

      about 7 years ago

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