1. Singing makes you feel good
It releases endorphins, serotonin and dopamine which are the “happy” chemicals that makes your body say YEAH!🤩
2. Singing is considered an aerobic activity
It introduces more oxygen in the blood making your circulation and mood better.
3. Singing make your lungs work better
When you sing you have to use your lungs to their full capacity and also you engage muscles around the ribcage. It would be a great idea for people suffering from long Covid to start singing!
4. Singing helps reduce stress
Next time you feel really stressed start toning out-loud Ahhhh. This helps transition you to a state of rest and relaxation.
5. Singing improves memory
When you sing it involved focusing on a few things at once, flipping on many areas of the brain in the process.
6. Singing builds community
Singing with others in person or on zoom builds feelings of togetherness. You’re sharing a common interest and will always have a sense of place with each other.
7. Singing allows self expression
When you sing you naturally let go and express how you feel through your voice.
8. Singing is natural pain relief
Singing brings joy to people’s faces and lives. It helps shift you into a zone where you can forget about your aches and pains.
9. Singing boosts confidence
The act of singing in a group helps boost your confidence and fires up self esteem. The more you do it the better you feel.
10. Singing is highlighted in wellbeing studies
Universities are offering degrees in Music and wellbeing. There’s a relationship between engaging with music and the positive effects on health and happiness.
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