Arizona Law Enforcement Officer Injured in the Line of Duty Discovers Music During Recovery Records' First-of-its-Kind Lullaby Album for ADHD Children

Tuesday, February 12, 2019 General News
Email Print This Page Comment bookmark
Font : A-A+

The ADHD Lullaby music methodology is designed to help ADHD children fall asleep. The album will officially launch on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon on February 15th, 2019.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Arizona law enforcement officer Bryan

Wisda will release his first music album ADHD Lullaby™ on Friday, February 15th, 2019. Using neuroscience, the patent-pending music methodology is designed specifically to help ADHD children fall asleep.

Pre-release tracks are available for purchase and streaming starting February 15th on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and other digital music services, including the single "Cale's Lullaby," which had more than 1,000 listeners in its first week on Spotify. The complete 15-track album is priced at $10 for digital copies and $17 for compact disc; it is available for purchase and download worldwide and at adhdlullaby.com.

Wisda, a Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputy who was shot while on duty in 2016, learned to play guitar during his recovery. While practicing, Wisda discovered playing nonrhythmic music served as a calming lullaby for his ten-year-old ADHD son to help him get to sleep at night.

Over the past year, Wisda researched neuroscience, music therapy, binaural beats, and other sound soothing techniques to incorporate into songs for his son's nighttime routine. The visible benefits inspired Wisda to seek a patent for his music, create his own label Zezz Music Limited, and produce a full album of lullabies.

"During my recovery my wife forced me to do something other than play video games – this got to me to take up the guitar. I had no idea learning the guitar would have such a positive impact on my son's life and for our family. He used to struggle significantly to get to sleep at night. I hope this album helps other parents and children who are struggling to find an answer to the sleep problems that come as a side effect to some of the ADHD medications kids take today," stated Wisda.

An estimated 6.4 million American children are diagnosed with ADHD according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a number that has been increasing steadily since 2003. A significant side effect of modern ADHD medications is trouble falling asleep at night.

For more information or to purchase the CD visit adhdlullaby.com.

About ADHD Lullaby:

ADHD Lullaby™ is a unique album recorded using a patent pending method based on principles from neuroscience to help children with ADHD fall asleep faster and stay asleep. The album is under exclusive license to Zezz Music Ltd. For more information follow ADHD Lullaby™ on iTunes, Spotify, and Soundcloud, or visit adhdlullaby.com.

 

SOURCE ADHD Lullaby



Post your Comments

Comments should be on the topic and should not be abusive. The editorial team reserves the right to review and moderate the comments posted on the site.
* Your comment can be maximum of 2500 characters
I agree to the terms and conditions

News A - Z

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

News Search

Medindia Newsletters

Subscribe to our Free Newsletters!

Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

Find a Doctor

Press Release Category

Press Release Archive

Stay Connected

  • Available on the Android Market
  • Available on the App Store