Classical Music and The Human Brain in Modern Day Society How listening to classical music benefits students

Classical music is soothing and relaxing, which calms the mind.

The melody and harmony work together to create a stimulated, focused listening environment.

Listening to classical music eliminates outward distractions that are created by a student's surroundings.

Listening to classical music improves students' concentration.

Improved concentration and focus allows students to do better when reading, writing, or studying.

Words in classical music flow with the melody and does not distract the listener.

Students, who listen to classical music will have an improved concentration and will do better in their classes.

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