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This is a playlist for people who would like a calming atmosphere when studying.
One of my followers asked me if I could make a playlist involving songs that calm your nerves, so I shall make one. I hope it helps you.
1. Summer Paradise by Simple Plan
2. All About You by McFly
3. All My Heart by Sleeping With Sirens
4. Holes Inside by Joe Brooks
5. Holiday For Real by Jack’s Mannequin
6. Roger Rabbit by Sleeping With Sirens
7. A Daydream Away by All Time Low
8. Room On The 3rd Floor by McFly
9. What Makes You Beautiful by Boyce Avenue
10. Hunstanton Pier by Deaf Havana
11. The Past Six Years by Deaf Havana
12. Teenage Hearts by Allstar Weekend
13. Someday (OK) by Joe Brooks
14. Acid Tongue by Jenny Lewis
15. Here (In Your Arms) by Hellogoodbye
16. I Got by Young The Giant
I'm making progress on my This Century playlist for depression.
Here’s the seventeenth method I’ve come up with:
When one is depressed or feeling suicidal, listen to these songs, in this order (almost guaranteed happiness):
1. Tip Toe
2. Sound Of Fire
3. Everywhere Everything
4. To Love and Back
5. Slow Dance Night
7. Bleach Blonde
8. Hopeful Romantic
Sumiko was laying down in the cold hospital bed, her body was aching in every possible spot there was. She didn’t even know where she was or who she was for that matter. Her dark eyes fixated on the dull off-white curtain that hung over the small window in the middle of the room.
She couldn’t help but wonder why she was here. She forced herself up causing her to groan in pain as she wrapped her arms around her knees. She laid her head on her knees and turned her head looking over at the sunlight pecking through the curtains.
The sound of the door opening caught here attention and she sighed. She knew that it was another doctor planning to talk her about her life and ask her a bunch of questions but she couldn’t answer anything at all. She was pretty much helpless.
“Hn?” She grunted as she turned her head to look at the masked man.
Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS)The History of Vagus Nerve Stimulation
The vagus nerve, or cranial nerve X, is a part of the autonomic nervous system, which controls functions of the body that are not under voluntary control, such as heart rate and digestion. In the neck, the vagus nerve travels near the carotid artery and jugular vein. Interestingly, neurologists in the 19th century noted that applying pressure on the carotid artery in the neck, and thus the vagus nerve, could stop seizures. Recent research found that stimulation of the vagus nerve in animals decreases both epileptic activity in the EEG and the frequency and severity of seizures. After proven seizure reduction in animals using VNS, several controlled human trials demonstrated a significant reduction in seizures with minimal side effects. In 1997, the FDA approved vagus nerve stimulation in patients older than 12 with refractory partial epilepsy. Mounting clinical experience also demonstrates efficacy and safety in children and in patients with generalized epilepsies.
I'm making progress on my Stereo Skyline/Twenty Twenty/Amy Can Flyy playlist for relationships.
Here’s the sixteenth method I’ve come up with:
Something a bit different (and strange, I guess). I thought I’d create a playlist for you to listen to when you’re in a good mood or if you’ve just fallen in love with someone. I hope it proves useful to you and puts a smile on your face.
Important: I wouldn’t listen to it if you’re recovering from a break up, because it’s a bit lovey dovey at times.
1. Man I Think I Love Her (Stereo Skyline)
2. That Everything (Stereo Skyline)
3. Love To Life (Twenty Twenty)
4. Sorry I Stole Your Girlfriend (Stereo Skyline)
5. World’s Apart (Twenty Twenty)
6. Letting Go Of The Monster (Amy Can Flyy)
7. Burning Up (Twenty Twenty)