Do you like to listen to music when you read? If yes, have you ever thought how it affects your reading process? Allows you to read faster or slow down? How does it affect understanding of understanding?
First, it must be noted that if you want to read quickly, you must focus on the text you are reading. Your thoughts must be focused and you should not let your mind go away. Bad concentration leads to a slow reading speed. In addition, it hurts reading your comprehension. If your mind does not contain the text, you may lose the song while reading, and you will have trouble remembering the contents of the reading.
It means that the effects of music on the speed of reading and understanding should judge the effect of music on your strength. The question is, music can distract you or may be useful for achieving better strength.
It should be noted that in most cases people's mind can efficiently handle one task at the same time. For example, if you read and talk to the phone at the same time, your reading speed is likely to slow down, you may have difficulty memorizing text and the call might not be as good as you wanted. So, if you want to be efficient then you should not read and talk to the phone at the same time.
If the music we are listening to starts distracting us in such a way that we focus on the music instead of focusing on the text then our reading programs will suffer. If the music is in the background and if it does not attract our attention from the text, the music is not a disruptive part of reading.
Depending on your personality and some people find listening to music that supports their train process, but for others the effects of music may be the opposite. Many people can not feel comfortable in perfect silence. For them, backgrounds can create a more comfortable environment. However, music should be only for the background and that means it should not be catchy. The music should not be so appealing that you start listening to it. It may be to create the atmosphere, but you should not listen carefully while reading. Therefore, a playmaker is better for reading because there is no possibility of listening to the lyrics. It's good if the music is relaxing by its nature, so much metal would not be wise. You can listen to the sounds of nature or music for meditation while you read.
You may also want to listen to music when you are in a noise environment, such as an office where others are chatting, making phone calls, etc. Then you can put on the headset and the music helps you to isolate from disturbing noise. Adding the headset can also help with situations when you are often disconnected from your collections, which start chatting with you. If you have your ears then other people will not normally bother you unless you have a serious matter to talk about.
To find out if the background pattern is good for the reading app, try reading with and without music. Then you can compare in what circumstances you can read more emphasis. Try to track whether the music starts to draw your attention from the text. If so, you can not read and mix music for you or at least you should try different types of music that are less catchy.