MUSIC TO STRIKE UP PRODUCTIVITY IS FOR THE WIN.

Music is something we cannot essentially survive without. Especially the millennials. We need music for everything. Starting from working out to bathing to reading to partying, music is pretty much the only constant in our lives. However, you’d find this very interesting that certain types of music boost your productivity on fleek.

And we are not just saying it, research has found that certain types of music can be beneficial to us while we work. Some of these music types help us with learning and improving our ability to process information in the given dynamics of speed and complexity. Other music types can help you block out distracting noises from your background. And yet other types of music sync with our brain waves to induce “eureka moments.”

So here’s what you should hear when you’re trying to reach your productivity goals.

#1- Classical Music

  • Listening to classical music can help people perform tasks more efficiently.
  • Listening to classical composers can enhance brain activity
  • Classical Music also acts as a catalyst for improving health and well-being.
  • Classical music, as per proven studies also enhances one’s ability to manipulate shapes and solve spatial puzzles.

#2- Nature Music

  • When one is listening to the sounds of nature it can effectively enhance cognitive function and concentration.
  • Nature sounds work the best to strike-off productivity and concentration if they are soothing sounds such as flowing water or rainfall.
  • Nature sounds also boost moods and focus.
  • Calm nature music is also known to have a restorative effect on cognitive abilities.

#3- Video Game Music

  • Listening to music composed for video games can be a great tool to help you focus without being distracted by a cacophony of sounds.
  • Generally, without lyrics or human voices, video game music is fairly fast-paced to keep you moving forward.
  • Sometimes, video game music may be just the thing to propel you onward and keep you zooming through your tasks and daily to-do list.

#4- Your favorite music

  • There are days when you don’t feel like working. There are days when you have projects that you don’t like or deal with people that get on your nerves.
  • Amidst all this chaos, it can help to put on music you enjoy. This can improve your mood and productivity.
  • People who listen to music they enjoy generally complete their tasks faster and come up with better ideas than those who don’t because the music helps them feel better and improve their mood.

So now you know when to enjoy what kind of music to minimize the effects of bad days and make the most of the good days and make them greater and better.

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Vidhi Punamiya, Content and Brand Strategist.

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