For some of us, it is a good thing; we like nothing more than to sit back in a chair, put on a pair of headphones, and listen to some quality music. Some use music to make those long hours of studying bearable. Music, whether it is Classical, Jazz, Pop, Dubstep, Rock or Rap has emotional effects on us; both good and bad. It can remind you of that walk at the beach, or a childhood memory close to your heart, at the same time it could remind you of a bad day or a late relative. So Music is a “free” kind of therapy and also an effective pill for nostalgia.
Then there is the music itself. Pay attention to every detail, and realize the amount of work put into it and you will enjoy the music even more. Remember the chills you felt when you heard that one song?
What led to that physical reaction? The more you question how you react to music, the more you understand what is going on within yourself.
The point is: Music can but won’t necessarily benefit you, it is a trial-error program and it is hard to find music that suits your personality, but once you do, in those few minute you will be at peace with yourself.