Former “Lizzie McGuire” actress Hilary Duff is flexing her vocal chords for the first time in six year. The mother-of-one released the video for her comeback single, “Chasing the Sun,” which features Duff at an office where, while trying to work, she’s busy daydreaming about having fun on the beach with a good looking guy. Aren’t we all! Speaking about her long-awaited return to music, Duff said, “[This song is] just a peek into my new album. I’ve worked very hard and the album is a great representation of the experiences I’ve had in my life and where I want to go from here.” Does that mean there will be songs about her divorce from ex-hubby, hockey player
Music is beneficial to our well-being in more ways than one, and I’m sure most people could attest to that. When it comes to studying for those finals or concentrating on an important task, music can help some but may serve as a loud distraction for others. However, for those of us with ADHD, music can help us concentrate more than we may know–and that’s thanks to our unique neurological makeup, which reacts exceptionally well to patterns and sensory-engaging stimuli. So, how can music help, and what type of music helps? Below are some of the ways it can help, along with input from leading ADHD experts.