Brain Balance Music - Produced in Association with Dr. Robert J. Melillo / Composer: Lisa Erhard | With Wolves and Whales

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With Wolves and Whales

by Brain Balance Music - Produced in Association with Dr. Robert J. Melillo / Composer: Lisa Erhard

A beautiful blend of instrumental styles for chidren, rhythmns, and moods with sound effects that stir the imagination.
Genre: Kids/Family: General Children's Music
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1. I Hear a Drum Beating
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2. Walk to Outer Space
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3. Song from a Big Church
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4. Mozart with Wolves and Whales
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5. Romp
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6. Ballad at Sea
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IMPORTANT. PLEASE READ PRIOR TO PURCHASE:

Please be advised that purchase on CDBaby of Brain Balance Music CD or download is ONLY intended for individuals and patients and not for purchase directly by any owner or representative of Brain Balance Achievement Centers or other providers.

REPRODUCING OR DISTRIBUTING COPIES OF OUR MUSIC TO ANYONE IS A VIOLATION OF APPLICABLE COPYRIGHT LAWS.

Thank you.

The Brain Balance Music, Inc. Team

Child Right Brain for stimulation of the right hemisphere in Children. Total length: 35 Minutes 43 Seconds

Listening to this "Wolves & Whales" CD may help to improve attention span, ability to concentrate, reading comprehension, social behavior, nonverbal communication, and math skills.

BrainBalance Music is designed and customized to Dr. Robert J. Melillo's specifications, based on extensive research and knowledge that certain types and frequencies of sound are specifically processed by the two hemispheres of the brain differently. By using specific music and sounds BrainBalance Music may help to stimulate one hemisphere more than the other and possibly create more balance in the brain.

The majority of symptoms in children and adults including attention deficits, learning disabilities, autism, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, anxiety, chronic pain and many more are all directly a result of an imbalance of electrical activity in the brain. There are many environmental factors that can produce an imbalance of electrical activity and function of the two sides of the brain documented as either an increase of activity on one side or a decreased activity on the other. Research has shown that the side of the brain that is most problematic is most often the side that is understimulated. The use of BrainBalance Music as as source of stimulation to the brain may be a very powerful tool to achieve a balance of brain activity.

Adverse activity is the right hemisphere, which is thought to be the one in ADD, OCD, anxiety disorder, and autism is specifically stimulated by low frequency tones, negative, or downbeat music, and music that creates images such as environmental sounds without words. Decreased activity in the left hemisphere which is seen in dyslexia, learning disabilities, poor memory and depression too name a few, is stimulated by high frequency tones, positive or upbeat music, words and repetitive mathematical, rhythmic sounds. We have created BrainBalance Music utilizing these facts as well as other research into how sound effects the hemispheres. BrainBalance Music is designed specifically to create a balance of activity between the hemispheres.

Dr. Robert J. Melillo, an internationally known chiropractic neurologist, has been in private practice for 17 years. For most of that time, he has been a postgraduate professor of neurology and rehabilitation. Dr. Melillo has devoted the later half of his career to the study of learning disabilities and behavioral disorders in both children and adults. He has searched to find the cause of childhood disorders like ADD , ADHD, Dyslexia, Obsessive compulsive disorder,Tourettes syndrome,and autism to name a few . He also has researched depression and anxiety disorders in both children and adults.

Credits include: - Former chairman of the American Board of Chiropractic Neurology. - Post graduate course coordinator and developer of Northwestern Chiropractic Colleges Rehabilitation diplomat program. - Currently a board member of the Ascent School (for Autistic children)

Research findings: What Dr. Melillo's research has found is that most childhood and adult cognitive and behavioral problems are a result of an electrical imbalance in the brain. This imbalance can be produced by a lack of stimulation or a skeletal or muscular imbalance of the body. These imbalances result in the brain focusing on using the more active side and ignoring the under-stimulated hemisphere. Therefore information is processed consciously and subconsciously by only one hemisphere instead of two, and the result is abnormal behavior and/or emotions or other physical symptoms of illness.

Dr Melillo has devised a unique approach to improving these symptoms known as The Unlimited Potential Program utilizing specific forms of physical activity coupled with sensory stimulation (such as specifics types of music, light, smells, etc.), cognitive therapy and nutrition. This is all done with specific attention to balancing an individual's brain activity between the right and left hemispheres.


DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
You should listen to the music three to five times a day for at least ten-minute sessions. An mp3 player or cd player should be used with one earpiece taken out or removed. In this instance, you will listen to the music in the ear opposite the side of the brain hemisphere that we wish to stimulate i.e. music in the left ear for the right brain etc. If a player with headphones is not used and instead music is played through speakers, an earplug can be used in the ear that is on the same side of the brain as we wish to stimulate. For example, to stimulate the right hemisphere, place the earplug in the right ear. With the earplug in place, music can be played in the background. In this instance, the music should be kept on for at least 15 minutes. If you cannot tolerate either a player or an earplug, simply play the music in the background at the same volume level for 15 minute intervals. Since Brain Balance Music is specifically designed to stimulate either the right or left brain, it will still have a specific stimulating effect without the isolation of one ear from listening.


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Stacey E Hodge

Wow!
I have a daughter on the autism spectrum. A couple of weeks of listening to this she and she answered a "yes" to a question! She is more verbal and seems to understand things better. I've also noticed she is waiting for things more.

Rhonda Gibson

My daughter has been more verbal since listening to the C.D.
My daughter has been more verbal since listening to the C.D. for two weeks now. She also has been a lot calmer and understanding simple commands.

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Jen Chung

Positive effect on development
I am a mother of an ASD child living in Hong Kong. About a year ago we have been recommended by a neuro chiropractor to let my son listening to the Right Brain Stimulation music once a day or put it as background music when he is playing. I found that my son becomes more focused in his learning and communicating, and have better behavior when I let him listen more frequently. Of course I have other therapies in place but I believe the music does have a positive effect to my son in his development, and at a very minimal effort.