The Health Benefits of Singing

Some of the Health Benefits of Singing (in random order)

  • Reduce the singer's stress and improve the singer's mood,
  • Boosts the singer's confidence,
  • Burns more calories,
  • Promotes brain development in children,
  • Lower blood pressure,
  • Boost the singer's immune system,
  • Improved the singer's breathing,
  • Reduce the singer's perceived pain,
  • Provides a physical workout,
  • Improve a sense of rhythm,
  • Improve the singer's communication skills,
  • Promote learning in Children,
  • Form stronger bonds of friendship,
  • Improves the singer's posture,
  • Helps decrease the symptoms of Parkinson's disease,
  • Strengthens throat muscles that in turn reduces snoring and sleep apnea,
  • Embed comforting melodies in the singer's memory,
  • Provide comfort during traumatic experiences,
  • Becomes the catalyst to motivate and empower the singer,
  • Sounds can influence brain wave frequencies and promote well-being.
  • Causes the release of endorphins in the singer's brain,
  • Improves mental alertness,
  • Helps to resist depression, and 
  • Improved lung function. (To name a few.)

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