Taylor Swift has finally returned from her break from music and she is better than ever. She has just released her music video ‘Ready For It?’ and it already has over 10 million views. Besides the fact that the music video is great, one can also find innuendos of her throwing jabs at her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris. Calvin and Swift like many Hollywood couples ended on not so great terms, they’ve been going back and forth over social media regarding who wrote ‘This Is What You Came For’. So, Taylor decided to continue the feud by taking similar art work from Calvin Harris and using it in her new music video. Besides the feud, Taylor is back and making music which I’m sure everyone is happy about.
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.