Music is an important part of our lives. For university students, music is a way of relaxation, work-out aid or having fun. It seems like it has nothing to do with studying, right? Well, hold on to that thought. Because there are various benefits of listening to music while studying.
1. Better visualization
The efficiency of Mozart Effect is being debated for decades, which claims that classical music makes you smarter. It has been found in the research that classical music increases the ability of manipulating shapes mentally for a limited time.
2. Less Anxiousness
According to a recent survey, 1 in 4 of every British students experience anxiety and stress in academic life. According to a Cambridge University study, hip-hop music helps in management of mental health problems.
3. Brain Exercise
Prof. Brenda Hanna-Pladdy’s paper published in online Neuropsychology journal states that music is a cognitive exercise for the brain. Early-age musical training decreases the chances of suffering from Alzheimer’s or Dementia.
4. Memory Improvement
Cornelius Eckert suggests that an earworm occurs when a song gets stuck in your head and is a way of improving your memory. Music is used as a tool of language teaching, which helps the information to be embedded in the brain.
5. Better Stress Management
Every people listens to music they connect
emotionally. A 2013 study in Chicago Journal found that people only listen to
music they relate to, which helps them deal better with stress.
How does music help you in your studies? Please comment to let me know!
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