Music to soothe you when you're feeling 'Dazed and Confused'
Incorporating music into your work day can help you cope with stress, ease the transition between your life as a doctor and your life outside of your practice, and even help you connect with your patients. First, examine what kind of music invigorates and calms you, says John-Henry Pfifferling, PhD, an applied anthropologist of medicine at The Center for Professional Well-Being in Durham, NC. Once you know which music works in certain situations, make use of it.
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