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Bill Protzmann, an accomplished musician who has spent decades studying the healing power of music, shares how to use music functionally in everyday situations.Music is something most people enjoy but research shows it also has therapeutic and healing properties.
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Music can help decrease chronic pain and lower depression. The right song can stimulate serotonin and dopamine levels, the body’s neurotransmitters that regulates emotional well-being. It can help lower heart rate, blood pressure, and reduce the stress hormone called cortisol.
Joining Dr. Friedman is Bill Protzmann, an accomplished musician who has spent decades studying the healing power of music.
Bill started piano lessons at three years old. He grew up playing and performing and realized very early on that the discipline of playing the piano was also a behavioral healthcare practice. After seeking non-traditional audiences, he began to understand the true healing power of music. This includes Alzheimer’s patients and people struggling with physical or emotional injuries, stressed-out business people, parents, and caregivers. In 2011, he launched Music Care Inc, a for-purpose corporation that teaches practical ways music can be used for self-care. His work has received an Award of Excellence by the National Council for Behavioral Health, the equivalent of an “Oscar.”
He is a successful IT entrepreneur who holds magna cum laude degrees in piano performance and creative writing. He’s an Associate member of the American Music Therapy Association and a member of the Healing Music Organization.
In this episode Dr. Friedman chats with Bill on how to use music functionally in everyday situations including:
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