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h$p://compﬁght.com/search/headphones/2-‐2-‐1-‐1 It helped me to concentratewhile studying, I found Iremembered things better.
h$p://compﬁght.com/search/music/2-‐2-‐1-‐1 You can help the ones you love.
h$p://compﬁght.com/search/mer/2-‐2-‐1-‐1 Listen for atleast a halfhour to anhour everyday.
h$p://compﬁght.com/search/Music-‐and-‐the-‐Brain/2-‐2-‐1-‐1 h$p://compﬁght.com/search/Music-‐and-‐the-‐Brain/2-‐2-‐1-‐1 Helps demena paents, relax people of all ages and brains of all ages.
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I bet if you tried for at least a month to play or listen to music or havea loved one listen to music, or play music for a loved one for at least ahalf an hour to and hour everyday, you will see a change in them. Mayit be better memory, relaxed, smarter, or healthier.h$p://compﬁght.com/search/calendar/2-‐2-‐1-‐1
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Listening to music everyday for at least a halfhour to an hour will improve the lives of not justyourself but loved ones of all ages. h$p://compﬁght.com/search/headphones/2-‐2-‐1-‐1
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