The Cause of Internet and TV Addiction?
The Mozart Effect
Mozart's music began in
· Speech disorders, and
In the 1990's experiments were begun at the
As recently as 2001, new studies in
Hypersensitive Hearing, Hyperacusis
Although people with hyperacusis are sensitive to higher frequency sounds, less-high frequency sounds may help to stimulate auditory function.
The level of high frequencies can be adjusted using a treble control or a graphic equalizer.
Certain Music Compilations
There are musical compilations for sale which claim that they boost your brain power or that they help to achieve the Mozart effect. However, some of them contain selections which tend to increase anxiety, such as some of Mozart's piano concertos.
"Some people are hyper-responsive to sound, and music can distract them during study. Others learn how to select music for their different moods and projects. Generally, the challenge to study comes when we are overstimulated and cannot settle down to focus or we are dull, tired, or bored and cannot get the energy to begin a task."