When you’re studying or working in an office, you need to be concentrated, avoiding any kind of distraction. Anyway, some people need some background noises or music to create a quiet place, a quiet environment, where you can be concentrated on your books or stuff to do. For many people, music is vital during these study sessions and it allows you to stay focused and dispose the job done faster. The problem is when you pick the wrong music and it becomes for you the source of maximum distraction.
So how to choose the best study music? Many people prefer classical music, because it is said that it creates the popular Mozart Effect. According to this, classical music helps you improve and increase your cognitive abilities and brain power. Classical music, with its scales and notes, is the perfect choice for a background music while studying or learning something new. In this particular case, Mozart music is proven to improve mental performances. We can also say that music without lyrics, is less distracting than typical songs with a voice singing.
Another type of good study music is ambient easy listening meditation music, which is quite similar to classical music and can have the same effects on your brain. Same characteristics include the fact that new age music hasn’t any particular lyric that can distract your mind from your job or study, not allowing you to going on with what you were doing. Have you ever tried this kind of mind relaxing music? Here we have one, that you can download for free and play it while you’re studying or as office background music during the day. It is proven that when your mind is relaxed, it becomes easier to tackle with new jobs and stuff because you are anxiety or stress free.
The song above is called “Concentration” and as the title says, it helps you find the focus you need before your study session begins. If you like this music, you may want to listen to the complete album called: Focus Playlist – Brain Food Music Therapy for Concentration on Study, by Focus & Ambient. The album is available on iTunes and a little preview is also on Youtube on our affiliated channel Buddha Tribe. Enjoy the listening and please share this article if you find it useful!