Here Is How Your Playlist Is Benefiting You

This World’s Music Day let’s find out how music can be a positive influence in our lives


Are you someone who cannot work without music on? No matter what your playlist is, you need to listen to it on repeat for that creativity to flow?

Well then fret not, you are one of many individuals in the world who think music helps with your performance.

We legit wrote this article with our earphones plugged in.

But other than work, here is a list of things music helps with:

Learning notes with the right notes

A lot of students study while listening to music and the good news is science approves. According to different studies carried out in the 90s, students who listened to Mozart’s classical music are smarter. This was popularly known as the Mozart Effect.

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In fact, they studies also claimed that music helps one visualize better, which is why a significant number of teachers and mothers play not only Mozart’s music but other classical music during study period to help kids with their learning.

Sooth your anxiety with music

While different music makes one experience different emotions, according to a recent survey it has been noted that listening to rap music helps one feel less anxious.

Yes, we know rap isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. But hey, it doesn’t hurt to try. You might just Stan a rap artist.

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Music for the brain

We all have a set playlist that we listen to when we workout. It helps us focus and workout better. But did you know that just listening to music is exercise for your brain? Yes, you read that right.

We have heard a number of people telling us to exercise to stay fit but just as much as our body needs a good workout session, so does our brain. After all, it’s been doing all the work with us all day, every day.

So, plug in your earphones and listen to the music you like and if anyone asks why you are just sitting idle and listening to music, just tell them you are exercising.

How do you think music helps you? Let us know in the comments below.

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