Music has a way of permeating through empty corners and filling up environments with substance. It can help you relax, make you well up in tears, or feel alive. But can it make you more productive?

We use music to set the tone of our environment and our mood, whether we’re unwinding after work or throwing a party. But in an age when many of us spend our time staring at a computer screen, music has also become a mode of escape from outside distractions or dull tasks.

So how useful is music when it comes to focusing on your work?

Let’s take a look at the science behind music and productivity.

How to choose the best yogurt for your health
Views: 2,085
10 proven ways to keep your skin young and healthy
Views: 1,292
12 signs you need a digital detox
Views: 870
10 Warning Signs Of Cervical Cancer You Should Not Ignore
Views: 7,282
Here’s why you need this all-fat energy elixir
Views: 1,069
The 18 best healthy foods to gain weight fast
Views: 1,351
Dr Mercola : The Latest Superfood (Red Cabbage Sprouts)
Views: 1,054
Breakthrough study: Fungus may trigger Crohn’s Disease
Views: 5,547
Just One More Reason Not To Eat Processed Meat
Views: 1,696
Whey Protein Isolate: The Protein Powder You Should Never Buy
Views: 1,647
Martial Arts Produces Discipline In Children
Views: 918
Study : cutting sugar improves kids' health in 10 days
Views: 1,210
Anti-aging avocado and parsnip salad
Views: 510
What Your Blood Type Says About You
Views: 2,058
Bromelain: Addressing the root cause of allergies
Views: 982