Teenager Listens to iPod During Brain Tumor Removal Surgery

Do You Listen to Your iPod in Uncomfortable Situations?


A teenager who had surgery to remove a brain tumor made news when he also listened to his iPod during the procedure (well, while he was conscious). It reminded me of how I always listen to my iPod when I'm at the dentist; not having to hear the drill as loud saves me from having minor freak-outs.

It's not just the sound of my preferred music that I like, either; having something I'm so familiar with is comforting, and a great distraction if I'm enduring something painful or uncomfortable.

Most people use their gadgets to pass the time, but this use of an iPod is something I find truly valuable. What about you? Do you listen to your iPod at the doctor or dentist, or somewhere else uncomfortable?

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