Music streaming site aims to boost concentration

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Hot on the heels of our coverage of Digipill, the audio subscription service that aims to alter mental states with psychoacoustic therapy, we've discovered a similar service – [email protected] – which hopes to boost people's concentration through tailored playlists. The site has already collected a range of music that has been tested to determine if it has a calming effect on people wanting to focus their mind while studying or working. According to [email protected], humans tend to have concentration cycles that last for around 100 minutes at a time. The tracks selected by the company apparently affect the limbic system,…

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