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"Singing Lessons Are Good for Your Health"

It's Official!

As a professional singer and voice coach for the past thirty years, I have known about the numerous medical benefits of learning to sing, but now it's official.

Discussed on the national news this week, was the many health benefits the human body gets from singing and it doesn't matter if you can't sing a note at the moment.

Singing is just like speaking with a bit of intonation (pitch) thrown in.
If you can speak you can sing, so just read below and find out about the health benefits you can achieve while doing it.

Children
Alan Jonson Education Secretary,says that research shows that singing can improve attainment and concentration levels in children.
Children who sing regularly have a greater concentration span and an easier understanding of accademic subjects within their school work.

Singing Helps Your Memory
A BBC report indicated that singing can help Alzheimer's sufferers to regain parts of their memory.
Research has shown that people who suffer memory loss such as Dimentia and Alzheimer's disease conditions improve when they sing.
It is not known exactly how this occurs but it has been proven time and time again.
Experts seem to think that the part of the brain which deals with music and singing works to help the brain retain information which would otherwise be lost with sufferers of these types of conditions.

Physical And psychological Benefits of Learning To Sing
Professor Graham Welsh, Chairman of music education at the institute of education in the University of London has made a study for the past 30 years on the health benefits of learning to sing to be both physical and psychological, helping to reduce stress and anxiety.

Singing Gives Your Heart A Workout
National Director of Heart research UK Barbara Harphan says that singing will not only make you feel better emotionaly but it has been proven to have positive benefits to a healthy heart.
The heart has it's own workout as we sing, helping to keep it healthy and in good condition.

Singing Is Good For Conditions Such As Asthma And Bronchitis
When we sing with the correct methods we use our lungs to their full capacity which has many benefits for our health.
I remember about 20 years ago when I was learning to sing my tutor told me of a doctor who was going to him for singing lessons.
He was sure that the breathing exercises that he was being given to help him sing with the correct technique would be of benefit to some of his patients who had breathing difficulties such as asthma.
He found that by introducing these exercises to his patients, they found in a very short time that their breathing had improve immensly, thus giving them a better all round health and quality of life.

Singing Helps To Keep You Looking Younger
It has been proven that singing can keep your face looking younger.
When we sing we use our face muscles much more than we would in our normal daily routines. This gives the face a workout just the same as if you were in a gym doing a body workout.
The face muscles are tightened helping to keep the skin from sagging. This is much better and a lot less expensive and more beneficial than most of the anti-ageing creams that are on the market.
So if you want to stay looking younger for longer give your face a physical workout and learn to sing.

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