I've heard that Baroque Music is useful for study and relaxation - could you please tell me more about this
Science has now shown that our heartbeat tends to get in time with the music and thus we, in turn, relax and reach the alpha brainwave state. When we relax the Reticular Activating Filter is open and therefore information flows straight through to memory which is in the subconscious mind. That's why specially selected Baroque Music (with a timing of 60 beats per minute) is good for meditation and releasing stress, accelerated learning techniques such as Lazanov's Passive Concert, and for guided imagery and creativity. Use it as a background music for studying - from mathematics to languages, or at work. Relaxation increases productivity.