A study from the University of Connecticut suggests that people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have a lower ability to remember song lyrics. This can be a problem for those who are in an environment where music is being played frequently, such as at work or at home. When you are trying to focus on something, it can be difficult to understand when someone is singing a song when they don’t know the lyrics.
Do you have difficulty remembering song lyrics? Or do you know someone who does? If so, it may be because they have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
ADHD affects between 4% and 6% of children, though some estimates go as high as 9%. It is characterized by impulsive behavior and short attention spans.
The symptoms of ADHD are often seen in early childhood. They usually start around age 3 or 4, but some children experience symptoms from birth.
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I know that my son has ADHD and that is why I am posting this article, but it also happens to be one of the most important lessons for parents and educators. He does not like to repeat himself and often repeats what he hears someone else say. He will even say the same thing over and over again as if they were his own words, or as if he is trying to remember the lyrics of a song.
Yes! Yes! Yes! I can remember almost anything if you put it to music. I forget faces. I forget names but, I never forget a voice. I don’t know if it’s related to my ADHD but, my audio memory is a vault when compared with the sieve that makes up the rest of my brain. It’s possible that music reaches a part of the ADHD brain that other things do not. It has been proven that music aids in memory retention in patients with Alzheimer’s
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I don’t listen to the radio songs because I don’t hear every word so it gets annoying. I like instrumentals, preferably not too many instruments. So the classical station is for me, if they had a medieval station that is what I would listen to; the instruments were more simple and playing in quartets and more simple music.
I really can’t listen to a set by one musician, it all sounds the same to me. I can listen to Christmas music if by different artists. Probably not too much of it.
I have ADHD, and for me, when I hear a song played on the radio a ton of times, I will pick up and know the words. Sometimes I just block out the music completely though, other times it’s all I can hear.
If I really like a song I’ve never heard before and I want to look it up later I will listen to the lyrics until I can look them up. I put all my attention and energy into listening and remembering the lyrics if I really like a song.
Can you guys remember song lyrics?
I’ve always struggled with this and i was wondering if it was an ADD thing or something else