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You probably think that studying while listening to music isn’t a good idea. The activities involve multitasking, which in turn slows downs mental processes making your studying sessions less productive. Listening to music while you work isn’t such a bad idea, however. As long as you listen to something that motivates you, maintains a same volume, and, preferably, is lyrics- free you can enjoy the following benefits.

Stress Relief

For almost every student, exams equal stress. Studies show that listening to music diminishes feelings of anxiety, anger, and stress. It doesn’t even have to be classical music if you don’t want to, as long as you pick something calm and soothing you’re set to go, just be careful it's not something that makes you sleepy.

Memory Boost

Listening to music that you find enjoyable can aid your memory performance and concentration. Two basic elements that you need while studying. If you feel like trying something new, researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine recommend that you listen to music from the late baroque period.


Music can control our physiological functions and emotions at some level because it engages the body’s autonomic nervous system.  Whether you’re preparing to start a really long essay or to begin a workout, music can be a great stimulant. It can accelerate your pulse, quicken your breathing, and chase away fatigue, making  you ready to begin  doing your homework, studying or exercising.

Bonus: Eases Pain

Pain isn’t an element involved in studying, unless you have a headache, but music helps relieve pain and increase motor ability.  Listen to something with less than 120 beats per minute to help you relieve your aching.

 Try Tutoring in Colleyville for your Next Exams

For extra help on your studying sessions come to tutoring in Colleyville. Music won’t be enough to help you out with your exams, sometimes you need an extra boost. The Tutoring Center, Colleyville TX has some tutoring programs that can help you out. Give them a call at (214) 517-8457 to learn about them.


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