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06/04/2019


Music, while it has a lot of wonderful qualities, may not be the best companion for your study sessions. To learn why that is, continue reading the post below.

Why You Shouldn't Study With Music

It Can Be Very Distracting

Probably the strongest 'con' and the one that people reference the most often when talking about studying with music, is that music can distract you. Especially, if you're listening to music with heavy lyrics or a high tempo, you can expect your attention to sway from your studies.

It Can Affect Your Mood Negatively

Music has the wonderful ability of altering your mood. Still, while this can be used in a positive manner, sometimes, it's the contrary. Listening to sad music, for example, can put you in a bad mood. Feeling distraught and bummed out will not help you become a better learner.

It Can Lead to Confusion

Something key to consider here is that it all depends on the type of music you listen to. Listening to the wrong kind of music when you're studying can distract you, which makes it more likely that you'll get confused and make mistakes with your studying efforts.

It Can Make for Inefficient Study Sessions

Lastly, an important downside to consider is that having music playing when you should be focused can lead to poorer time management and inefficient study sessions. If you're distracted, it'll take more time for you to understand and learn a subject.

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