I've got you under my skin: How listening to Sinatra sing can help you heal faster | UPDATED: 00:28 GMT, 28 March 2012 Calming: Frank Sinatra's music, and other easy listening classics, were found to help patients during ops The sounds of Sinatra are helping patients undergoing surgery to relax and even heal faster, say researchers.
The 7 headset that can keep blood pressure low could help thousands of patientsResperate device available on NHS for first time Alternative to pills The Resperate machine which controls blood pressure by slowing down breathing by playing relaxing music through headphones A gadget that controls high blood pressure will be available on the NHS for the first time.
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Is the kiss of life actually dangerous British Heart Foundation say it may hinder patient's survival Public should concentrate on giving 'hard and fast' chest compressions to Stayin Alive by the Bee Gees Giving the kiss of life may actually hinder a patient’s survival, experts warn They say that mouth-to-mouth is often ineffective and gets in the way of the crucial chest compression’s need to keep the victim’s heart beating. And according to the British Heart Foundation, the sheer thought of having to blow into someone’s mouth puts many of us off from even attempting resuscitation