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Split My Head Open And Piss On My Brain - Local Oafs / Music/Ninja - Essen Sie Punk? (Vinyl)

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  1. “Music and the Brain” explores how music impacts brain function and human behavior, including by reducing stress, pain and symptoms of depression as well as improving cognitive and motor skills, spatial-temporal learning and neurogenesis, which is the brain’s ability to produce neurons.
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  2. Loud music played on earphones causes hearing loss by having a similar effect on nerves as multiple sclerosis, research finds. The research shows that noise levels above decibels strip insulation from nerve fibers carrying signals from the ear to the brain. Loss of the protective coating, called myelin, disrupts electrical nerve signals.
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  3. May 29,  · How to Get a Song Out of Your Head. Almost everyone gets songs stuck in their head once every week or two. Called earworms or brainworms, these can be pleasant and relaxing, or a nightmare. Read on to find out how to get this song Views: K.
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  4. May 26,  · Michael Jackson was on to something when he sang that "A-B-C" is "simple as 'Do Re Mi.'" Music helps kids remember basic facts such as the order of .
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  5. Feb 19,  · “Brain zaps” are sometimes described as jolts of electricity, flashes of white light, or a crackling sound in your head. However you describe them, brain zaps are a very real withdrawal symptom when quitting or skipping doses of certain medications, including antidepressants like Cymbalta, Effexor, Zoloft, Celexa, and Prozac (rarely). Brain zaps will generally go away within 1 month or 3 Views: 21K.
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  6. Nov 03,  · By Robert Preidt. HealthDay Reporter. THURSDAY, Nov. 3, (HealthDay News) -- It happens to nearly everyone: You hear a bit of a pop song on your way to work and it gets "stuck" in your head.
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  7. May 15,  · This is what is happening inside my head when i go to bed! WHAT IS HEAD SOCIETY? Head Society is a group of individuals that appreciate the UNIQUENESS of the structure, shape and size of.
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  8. Sep 18,  · Play the music. The music comes from a part of your brain that thinks with memories of sensations, such as sound, remembered sights, smells, and so on. This part of your mind thinks all the time, but unlike most people, you are more aware of these.
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