Western countries and some of our fellow citizens have finished celebrating Halloween , and the time has come when we try to talk about the Christmas holidays.
Decorations started appearing in shopping centers, and warm festive ads start appearing on television.
Many believe that November is the month when you can start listening to Christmas songs.
But it turns out that listening to your favorite holiday hits too often can actually be bad influence to our mental health.
It's time to take care of the people working in retail stores who are constantly forced to listen to songs within the next couple of months.
A clinical psychologist believes that if there is too much to listen to Christmas songs, they can often focus on something else.
She said: "People working in the stores at Christmas, should reasonably include Christmas music, because if they don't, it really bothers you to focus on anything else.
"You just spend all your energy trying not to hear, for they hear."
Doctor of philosophy, which conducts research on the psychology of music, believes that listening to songs about the New year too soon will ruin them for you at the right day.
During the interview she said that too often listening can have a psychological effect, known as the "exposure effect."
This means that when we first hear our first Christmas song, we like it, then like it more and more . However, the pleasure reaches a peak and then a feeling of boredom and irritation.
This means that, although we love to listen to all that is connected with the New Year every time we enter the supermarket , it means that this music will spoil a holiday when we want to feel festive at the end of December.
So, at this point, it may be best to stick to your usual playlist or podojdat until December at least.