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Using music to increase productivity

Binaural beats, music for productvity

Music has been a great part in our lives. In fact, it is an inseparable part of our life. It supports us in moments of joy, sadness.

Also read : The journey of music and why it matters to us.

Everyone of us had felt the effect music has on our brains. Like listening a energetic song gives you an instant boost of energy, or sad songs help you relax by shedding tears or the joyous songs have made you happy… So, can we use this to boost our productivity and to increase quality of our work.

Music has always been used in therapies and other works. There are certain types of music that are used to produce some desired results. For example, Binaural beats. ( A binaural beat is an auditory illusion perceived when two different pure-tone sine waves, both with frequencies lower than 1500 Hz, with less than a 40 Hz difference between them, are presented to a listener dichotically (one through each ear). Source:

To have some knowledge about binaural beats, read following article:

Read here : Binaural beats and their use

I have written a post on binaural beats a long time ago and then I didn’t know if it worked or not. But now after I have tried these for a long time, I can say that yes these work. Actually, the frequencies used impact your brain to do activities to produce desired results.

You can use these for various things, for relaxation and also for improving memory, concentration and many other works. But make sure you try these from good sources. I will recommend the youtube channel : Good vibes, binaural beats to have a try. Here is an example:

One thing to consider is : use these wisely. Don’t use these for silly reasons like for being beautiful or as an alternative to medicine. Also drink enough water if you are listening to these.

Do try these and tell me your experience.

Share your thoughts in the comments below.


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