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Stress Management

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MUSIC THERAPY Stress Management Workshop

James Yeow, M.S., B.A. (Music Therapy)
Psychology Dept., HELP University

Symptoms
http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/Cj6RYmw9XHu6evz/web
James Yeow is an assistant professor at UCSI University, where he teaches health psychology, cross-cultural psychology, human sexuality, abnormal psychology, sociology of the family and other psychology related subjects. He has conducted more than 300 seminars for undergraduates, high school students, teachers, and working adults including members of Shell, OCBC, Nestle, Jobstreet, and Junior Chamber International. Mr. Yeow holds a Master of Science in Guidance & Counselling with a 4.0 CGPA and a Master of Arts in Psychology with high honors. Besides being a three-time dean's list scholar, he was awarded the magna cum laude medallion for academic achievement and was inducted into the Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology while studying music therapy at Western Illinois University. He has two diplomas, one in music and the other in sport psychology. He completed his clinical internship at the Northwest Georgia Regional Hospital in 1996.

© JAMES YEOW

Music therapy is the professional use of music
and its elements as an intervention in medical, educational,
and everyday environments with individuals, groups, families,
or communities who seek to optimize their quality of life and
improve their physical, social, communicative, emotional,
intellectual, and spiritual health and wellbeing. -

World Federation of Music Therapy
http://musictherapyworld.net/WFMT/FAQ_Music_Therapy.html

Music Therapy definition

© James Yeow

Multiple sources of stress
Mini assessments
Meditation with sound & music
Movement therapy
Massage & Music
Mind Control with music
Mantras & affirmation
Mental visualization
Madan Kataria’s laughter therapy
Music healing
Meridian therapy
Music imagery session


Recently we have begun to think that all illness, including heart diseases, bacterial & viral infections, and even cancer, might be influenced by stress – Richard S. Lazarus

Uncontrolled stress >>>>> release of C_________, which stimulates preferential depositing of body fat around your waist

STRESS CAN LEAD TO

H _ _ D_ C _ E S
H_ A _ T A _ T_ C _ S
H Y P E R T _ _ _ _ _ _
H Y P E R G _ Y C _ M I A
H E A _ T _ U _ N
H A I R L O S S

H U M A N F U N C T I O N C U R V E The Five Zones

Eustress vs. Distress

S I G N S of S T R E S S
In the past one month, which of these symptoms did you encounter?

__ Sweaty palms
__ Stomach upsets
__ Sore back, neck or shoulder
__ Short temper
__ Skipping heartbeats
__ Skin eruptions/rashes
__ Sadness (Unexplained)
__ Sneezing repeatedly
__ Short attention span
__ Sleep disturbances



© JAMES YEOW

__ Do you often do 2 things at once?
Adakah anda sering membuat dua benda pada suatu masa?
__ Do you finish up sentences for others?

Adakah anda menyambung ayat orang lain?
__ If you want something to be done well, you have to do it yourself?

Jika anda ingin sesuatu dibuat dengan baik, anda akan buat sendiri?
__ Do you make it a point to be on time at all times?

Adakah anda memastikan anda menepati masa setiap kali?
__ Do you feel uncomfortable sitting and doing nothing?
Adakah anda berasa tidak selesa jika duduk tanpa membuat sebarangan?

MUSIC HEALING integrates right brain intuition with left brain rationalization:
LEFT – Rhythm RIGHT - Melody

Students who sang or played an instrument scored up to 51 points higher than the US national average
Musicians generally have thicker corpus callosums than nonmusicians
The motor cortex & subcortical systems in the basal ganglia and cerebellum are activated when listening to music
Musicians have more pronounced planum temporale at the temporal lobe.
Music can increase gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)neurotransmitters


Music & your MIND




Newborns respond to sound before sight, smell or taste
By 6th month, the fetus hears uterine sounds and
soon after responds to music
Music can stimulate the growth of dendrites in
developing brains of unborn babies –
gross motor skills & language development
Preterm babies that are soothed with soft music
appear to be more alert,
gain weight faster and have more predictable sleep patterns


Mozart Effect

Thank You
Flute music improved bovine health & increased milk supply (The Star, 14 Mar, 2004)

British tomato growers who
used to employ people or
machines to shake the
plants to increase pollination
found they could get better
results blasting them with loud
bass-heavy music
(The Guardian, Apr 14, 1999)

MUSIC & MIRACLES

Oliver Sacks relates how music has the power to cheer, calm, comfort, console, and color the lives of patients with cognitive dysfunctions (dementia, amnesia, Parkinson’s)

Music stimulates areas deep within the amygdala and hippocampus, where emotion and long-term memory are processed.

Music & Mental Health

© JAMES YEOW

Managing Stress:
Don’t worry be happy
Help!
I’m alright
I will survive
Pressure
Staying Alive
Turn, turn, turn
Unbelievable
Upside down
We can work it out
Whatever will be, will be
You can’t always get what you want


I believe I can fly
One moment in time
Hero
The power of the dream
I can see clearly now
Lean on me
When you believe
It’s my life
Reach
Go the distance
Eye of the tiger
The river
Greatest love of all
Born to win


Motivating Songs for lyric analysis

When you listen to music that stimulate positive memories/images, the activity of the hypothalamus
helps reduce your respiration, heart rate & blood pressure

Music & Your Body

Respiration rate
Blood pressure
Stomach contractions
Levels of stress hormones (cortisol, ACTH, noradrenaline & beta-endorphin)
Immune response: increase secretory immunoglobin A antibody
Pain perception
Tibetan Sutra Heavy Metal Music

Beethoven’s Pastorale Bach’s Air for the G String

Dr. Emoto tested the effects of music on molecular structures of water. After placing distilled water between two speakers for several hours, he photographed the crystals that formed after the water was frozen.
Since your body is 70% water, can you see how music can affect your physiological and mental states?

Masaru Emoto – Messages from Water

M U S I C H E A L S

Lyric Analysis


Music by Rolf Løvland; lyrics by Brendan Graham.

When I am down and, oh my soul, so weary;
When troubles come and my heart burdened be;
Then, I am still and wait here in the silence,
Until you come and sit awhile with me.

You raise me up, so I can stand on mountains;
You raise me up, to walk on stormy seas;
I am strong, when I am on your shoulders;
You raise me up... To more than I can be.

You raise me up, so I can stand on mountains;
You raise me up, to walk on stormy seas;
I am strong, when I am on your shoulders;
You raise me up... To more than I can be.

There is no life - no life without its hunger;
Each restless heart beats so imperfectly;
But when you come and I am filled with wonder,
Sometimes, I think I glimpse eternity.

You raise me up, so I can stand on mountains;
You raise me up, to walk on stormy seas;
I am strong, when I am on your shoulders;
You raise me up... To more than I can be.

You raise me up, so I can stand on mountains;
You raise me up, to walk on stormy seas;
I am strong, when I am on your shoulders;
You raise me up... To more than I can be.

You raise me up... To more than I can be.



You raise me up


MASSAGE WITH MUSIC

Shoulder lean
Shiatsu
Siamese massage
Swedish massage
Self-massage

© JAMES YEOW

__ Do you measure success in terms of numbers?
Adakah anda mengukur kejayaan dengan penghitungan?
__ Do you get angry when you have to wait in line?

Anda berasa marah ketika menunggu giliran ?
__ Do you frequently clench your fist or tap your fingers rapidly?

Adakah anda sering mengepal penumbuk atau mengetuk jari-jari dengan pantas?
__ Do you use obscene words more than 3 times a day?

Adakah anda menggunakan kata-kata kesat lebih 3 kali sehari?
__ Do you ignore the beauty of your surroundings?

Adakah anda mengabaikan keindahan persekitaran anda?

Penganut-penganut Sufi percaya bahawa penyakit mental boleh dirawat dengan muzik.
Tokoh-tokoh Islam seperti Zekeriya Er-Razi (854-932), Farabi (870-950) &
İbnu Sina
(980-1037) menggunakan prinsip-prinsip saintifik dalam rawatan gangguan psikologi dengan muzik tertentu.

Music in Islamic Culture
Malaysian Society for Music in Medicine

Pertubuhan Muzik Dalam Perubatan Malaysia

(PPM-006-10-03042013)

https://www.facebook.com/msmusicmedicine/
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Detik demi detik
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Jalan cerita kisah yang panjang
Menghitung hari

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Jika putik tu takkan ada
Yang aku minta tulus hatimu
Bukan puitis


Pergi saja cintamu pergi
Bilang saja pada semua
Biar semua tahu adanya
Diri ku kini sendiri
James Yeow is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Behavioral Sciences, HELP University, where he teaches introduction to music therapy and psychology related subjects. He has conducted more than 300 seminars for undergraduates, high school students, teachers, and working adults including members of Shell, OCBC, Nestle, Jobstreet, and Junior Chamber International. Mr. Yeow holds a Master of Science in Guidance & Counselling with a 4.0 CGPA and a Master of Arts in Psychology with high honors. Besides being a three-time dean's list scholar, he was awarded the magna cum laude medallion for academic achievement and was inducted into the Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology while studying music therapy at Western Illinois University. He has two diplomas, one in music and the other in sport psychology. He completed his clinical internship at the Northwest Georgia Regional Hospital in 1996. He is currently serving as Deputy President of the Malaysian Society for Music in Medicine (MSMM)
__ Sweaty palms
__ Stomach upsets
__ Sore back, neck or shoulder
__ Short temper
__ Skipping heartbeats
__ Skin eruptions/rashes
__ Sadness (Unexplained)
__ Sneezing repeatedly
__ Short attention span
__ Sleep disturbances
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