Why should I even sing?

The health effects of singing

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If you’re here then you have asked yourself that very question. If I am not a good singer than why should I even bother? Why should I allow myself to be vulnerable with something I’m not even good at? Well there are many answers to that. My question to you is do you enjoy singing? If the answer is yes then,

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Singing promotes so many wonderful things in the body. We can become aware of the way our body works. You breathe deeply and let your abs contract against your lungs to push all the air out to belt out those high notes. You get that feeling in your upper cheek bones and it starts to feel almost tingly. When you nail that tricky part of the song that took you many times listening to figure out. All these things promote a lot of healthy things in your body that you are probably unaware of.

Breathing is an essential part of life but taking in these deep breaths and using them to push out sound can have a relaxing effect on the body. It also helps circulate the oxygen to your whole body and brain. The brain receiving more oxygen can effectively making you smarter!

That buzzing feeling you get in your cheeks and nose can help prevent allergies. Also it can help your sinuses be healthier and help prevent illness.
Most importantly, when you start enjoying your singing it does so many different things to your brain. It helps you develop new synapses between neurons and stimulates those right brain muscles which is the creative side of your brain. It boosts confidence as well and can make you an already better and happier person.
And don’t take my word for it! Check out this article from the BBC that speaks about all the many healthy aspects of singing.

1 thought on “Why should I even sing?”

  1. This is pretty neat that there are positive health effects associated with singing! I had no idea that signing can prevent allergies, I struggle with seasonal allergies, so that was really cool to hear.

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