Singing does not only expresses your utmost feelings it also helps you lessen the bad effect of stress in your health. Find out why.
Music – the “universal language” not only stirs our deepest emotions, but active participation can increase energy and vigor to see us through even the most stress-filled life commitments.
Singing is known to release endorphins, the feel-good brain chemical that makes you feel uplifted and happy. The response creates an immediate sense of pleasure, regardless of what the singing sounds like. Not only that, but singing can simply take your mind off the day’s troubles to boost your mood.
IF YOU HAVE EVER WONDERED WHY CHORAL SINGERS LOOK TO BE ON A HIGH, HERE ARE SOME OF THE REASONS.
Singing improves your mood. It releases the same feel-good brain chemicals as chocolate!
It is very effective as a stress reliever and improves sleep
Singing releases pain-relieving endorphins, helping you to forget that painful tooth/knee/whatever
Your posture improves
Lung capacity increases
Singing clears sinuses and respiratory tubes
Your mental alertness improves
Singing tones your facial and stomach muscles.
It boosts your immune system, helping to fight disease and prolonging life expectancy
Enhanced social, spiritual and emotional benefits.
And of course the social benefits are important too: Singing widens your circle of friends (and some of us go on to the pub afterwards!) Give it a try and see what it can do for you!
If you sing in the shower or sing along with the radio, consider taking this raw vocal skill to new heights. Good vocal technique goes beyond the basics to include both physical and vocal warm-ups, proper nutrition, adequate rest and emotional commitment. Solo singing is easy to develop with the assistance of a well-trained vocal coach. An experienced vocal teacher will explore all aspects of posture, abdominal and chest development, tone production and breath control.
Whether or not you become a world-class singer is not important. Sharing the joy of singing will enrich your life far beyond the notes and music. Add a healthy, new dimension to your life – try SINGING!
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