26. May 2008 · Comments Off · Categories: Links, News, Ramble

Suffering from high blood pressure? Well then all you need to do is listen to just 30 minutes of rhythmically homogeneous music every day. Researchers at the American Society of Hypertension’s Twenty Third Annual Scientific Meeting and Exposition (ASH 2008) reported that patients with mild hypertension who listened to just half an hour of classical, Celtic or raga music a day for four weeks experienced significant reductions in 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure (ABP).

(RTWT)

Oh goody! I’m going to go put on some Stravinsky to lower my blood pressure. We are doing Rite of Spring next week, so it would benefit me in two ways; studying the work and lower my bp.

Um … yes indeed, all classical music is “rhythmically homogeneous”.

Oh wait. Maybe they are actually referring to the classical era in this article (for once)? Could it be?

Truth be told, I don’t need to lower my blood pressure; I’m blessed with low blood pressure. So never mind that.

In other news … I woke up, got out of bed, went to the family room couch, put up two blog entries, the latter about being tired, and proceeded to fall asleep. I only finally got out of my robe at about 10:00. Tiredness has, indeed, invaded this body. This isn’t atypical of the DayAfterTheRun. It’s just that I’m caught off guard each time. Because I’m slow to learn. I’m finally having my cup of coffee now, so maybe I’ll get a little spurt of energy after that.

Or maybe I’ll take another nap.

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