Ever notice how we often sing when we’re excited, exuberant or motivated? This is not a coincidence. Nor is it a coincidence that over 30 million adults in America are in choirs. Whether we’re in the car, performing live, singing with our friends, cleaning our houses or in any other environment, singing just makes us feel better. This is one of the reasons why, regardless of whether or not we’ve ever picked up an instrument, we can all benefit from music therapy. Group-singing, in particular has been said to elicit feelings of camaraderie, jubilation and fulfillment. The reasons for this are many and varied.
Sing Your Life: The Positive Impact of Singing on the Brain published first on http://blog.rutexas.com
Sing Your Life: The Positive Impact of Singing on the Brain posted first on http://recoveryunpluggedtx.tumblr.com