2. Singing reduces the risk of heart disease.
Doctors believe that singing improves heart rate visibility, which reduces the risk of heart disease.
1. Singing makes you happier.
Singing makes your brain release endorphins, a hormone associated with feelings of pleasure, which make you happier and more energized..
3. Singing makes you more confident.
Singing improves your posture and as a result, you look and feel more confident.
4. Singing makes you feel safe.
Feelings of safety and confidence increase when you sing as part of a group.
5. Singing is a good exercise.
Singing is a good workout. You’ll exercise your lungs, improve circulation and tone your abdominal and intercostal muscles.
6. Singing helps you fight illness.
Singing has been proven to boost your immune system and open your sinuses and respiratory system..
7. Singing relieves stress
Singing releases oxytocin, a natural stress reliever that has been found to alleviate depression and loneliness.
8. Singing makes you smarter.
Mental awareness, concentration and memory are all improved by singing..
9. Singing can make you live longer.
Because of the vast benefits of singing, many doctors think that breaking out in a tune can help you live longer in general. The health benefits could be as good as those from yoga..
10. Singing can make you a better person.
After getting a group of non-singers to sing on a regular basis, 50% of people benefited spiritually, 58% felt physically fitter, 75% felt emotionally better off, and 87% felt more social..
11. Singing helps fight the effects of aging.
Singing articulates and uses facial expressions, so by singing you improve muscle tone in the face, throat, neck, and jaw. This can help to promote a youthful appearance.
12. Singing certain notes can benefit you in different ways.
Singing a short-a sound can help banish the blues. Making a long-e sound can boost alertness by stimulating your biological clock. Singing the short-e sound can help you control digestion. Making a long-o sound stimulates the pancreas and regulates blood sugar. -o sound will help to strengthen immunity by controlling the spleen.
13. Singing helps to keep the pounds off.
Every time you sing, you stimulate the thyroid gland and help to keep it healthy. The thyroid sets your metabolic rate, so singing can help keep your metabolism high and keep off the weight.
14. Singing makes it easier for you to communicate.
Singing can increase poise, self-esteem and presentation skills as well as broaden expressive communication.
15. Singing strengths the heart.
Being part of a choir can be as physically, mentally and spiritually as good for you as yoga. Choirs often synchronize their heartbeat into one, with the songs tempo as a guide, suggesting that it could also strengthen the heart.
16. Singing makes you more satisfied with life.
One study found that choir singers rated their satisfaction with life higher than the general public - even when they faced far greater problems than the public..
17. Singing helps treat dementia and Alzheimer's.
Singing offers a way for patients to express themselves and socialize. It can also build on preserved memory from song and music stored deep in the brain.
18. Singing lowers blood pressure.
Doctors have reported that singing helps patients who are suffering from hypertension to lower their blood pressure. This could help patients who do not respond to medical methods..
19. Singing to young children can have profound effects on their development.
Singing to babies encourages vocal experience in the form of imitation. Babies will often join in singing by making 'cooing' noises, an excellent way to stimulate conversation. For infants who are unable to talk, singing is also a way to express a thought or feeling as well as boost self-confidence.
20. Singing connects you to Heaven.