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The Benefits Of Studying And Writing With Music

The Benefits Of Studying And Writing With Music

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The number of students wearing headphones listening to music when studying or doing their schoolwork is increasing by the day. It is no mistake because music is a great pastime to help you bear seemingly unbearable tasks like doing laundry or when you use a packed subway.

Some contend that music is a distraction and will only waste valuable time when studying. That may leave you indecisive about listening to music while you study. The real question is, does music help you study?

Here are the benefits of studying and writing with music.

Music helps you visualize betterĀ 

The Mozart effect that gained popularity in the '90s, claimed that listening to Mozart's music would make one smarter. Although some consider this theory as outdated and inaccurate, a lot of people have fallen for classical music to help them study.

The reason behind that is based around the information regarding the efficacy of classical music in manipulating the spatial-temporal. That part of the brain serves to accommodate the reasoning ability or the ability to use shapes mentally. Those are the most important things to visualize what you are reading.

When using this method, it worthy to note that it only temporary and works for a limited amount of time.

Listening to music trains the brain

The brain also needs to keep fit, just like your body needs to maintain its fitness level. Some methods of doing so include using puzzles, reading and also writing while listening to music. That increases productivity and optimum work quality to the students that implement this method.

To be more productive, the writers at Edubirdie, a website that does your homework, also listen to music whenever they write. Anything that they work on, from thesis to dissertation, term papers to college essays, music is an integral part of their work culture.

The results will be lessened risk of aging problems related to memory loss like dementia and Alzheimer's. The most important thing is starting now to work towards a healthy brain using music. Don't wait till you are older to start working out those brain muscles.

It reduces anxiety

A quarter of students suffer from mental health issues and among those problems, anxiety is also included. Various factors cause anxiety in students and one of the contributing factors is the high-stress levels of studying and getting everything done on time.

The stress levels may cripple the overall performance of the student and lead to failed classes. Studying is the most common source of stress for students, but the great news is that music can reduce those stress levels.

Certain genres, like hip-hop, can help students handle their mental health issues in a better way and gradually overcome them. Although hip-hop is not everyone's favorite, it might be beneficial to hedge into something new.

Music helps you escape

When you live next to a busy road or in the CBD, there are many disturbances that might come up during your study time. The noise can be a big distraction when you study and at some point, it might be too much till you consider going to another place.

When those places are busy too, you might be discouraged to carry on studying. Listening to music can provide a great escape without having to leave the apartment.

Scientific research has proved that people study better with music on, instead of studying with ambient noises such as traffic, talking, or laughing.

Does music help you focus? Contrary to the belief of some people, studying with music is much better, especially when trying to study in a noisy place. Simply plugin the earbuds and sway a little to your favorite tunes. You'll forget about the chaos around you and will be able to focus better on the writing.

Memory improvement

Music helps people improve their memory by working on their long-term remembrance through repetitive words and sections of the song. Almost all songs have hooks and that is what most people sing whenever a song comes on because it is repetitive and designed in a way easy to understand.

Also, rhythm in a song makes it easy to drill in the head of the person who is listening. The reason behind that is because the human brain looks for patterns to remember.

When you associate the curriculum with any type of music, you're comfortable with your memory capacity will be enhanced exponentially. What is studied using this method is hard to get out of the brain, benefitting the student.

The bottom line

Does listening to music help you study? Yes, it does. Music while studying or writing schoolwork can be very beneficial to students because it can block out any disturbances, enhancing the focus you have on the curriculum. It also makes you feel less anxious, prompting you to relax when studying, which is key to meaningful study time.

When visualization skills are needed listening to classical music can also help a lot, especially when considering the Mozart effect theory. Lastly, listening to music while studying can help exercise the human brain, slowing its aging process by keeping you sharp at all times. All these factors have proved that studying with music is the best idea you can choose to improve the studying skills you have.

Author Bio:

Michael Turner is a renowned academic writer, vlogger and a student mentor. His efforts are directed towards helping students who fear competition and are not able to cope up with the academic challenges. In his free time, Mike likes to go out for fishing, watch sports on TV and read fiction novels. You can reach him via Twitter.






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