With the Fall semester quickly approaching, we know that sometimes it can be hard to concentrate on the task at hand. And it has been shown that music can be calming, relaxing, and useful to help tune out the world and focus. However, not all music is created the same for each listener, and the type of music matters. According to an article published by The Guardian “music you like increases focus, while music you don’t impedes (or disrupts) it.” Read more from this article and other articles on the benefits of music by visiting the following links:
- The Guardian: Does music really help you concentrate?
- Studying? Let classical music help
- Top 10 Pieces to Listen to for Exam Success
For me, I enjoy listening to classical music in the background during my day.
Also, there are other ways to improve your concentration, including wiggling your toes! Find out more by visiting HuffPost Ways to Increase your Concentration.
If you listen to music to help you focus, what type of music do you prefer? Do you do anything else to help you concentrate? Let us know in the comment section below!