Singing Keeps You Healthy

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Singing Keeps You Healthy
Singing Keeps You Healthy. Graphic © Singer illustration – pixabay (PD)

“Singing keeps you healthy, exercises your heart and lungs, and releases endorphins that make you feel good!”

There are in fact many fantastic health benefits of singing, as reported by scientific studies. Here are a selection:

Relieves Stress: Scientific research has found singing to be effective in relieving stress. [1] The research measured (through saliva testing) the level of cortisol, a stress hormone, and how this was affected by singing. The levels of cortisol were lower after singing. The cortisol levels were even lower when participants sang at places where they were not anxious – demonstrating a link between location and actual physiological changes in the body!

Enhances Immune Response: This is fascinating – singing can boost the immune system and help fight off infections. A study found singing to increase levels of immunoglobulin A, an antibody that plays a crucial role in the immune function and protects the body from infectious agents. [2]

Sense Of Community: Singing together can develop a sense of community and creates strong bonds among participants. A study that involved 375 adult participants found that singing together developed a sense of meaningful connection among participants. [3]

Enhances Memory: Singing has been shown able to restore some memory function in people suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. A study called ‘Singing for the Brain’ found that people singing helped participants suffering from dementia in remembering things. [4]

Help In Self-Esteem: Singing in a choir can help alleviate emotional pain and help recover self-esteem. A 24 week study found that singing had beneficial effects on depression and well-being, as well as gradually improved self-esteem. [4]

Improved Speaking Abilities: Researchers have found positive effects of singing in people suffering from neurological diseases. Singing can improve speaking abilities in autism, Parkinson’s disease, and stuttering. [5] Singing stimulates multiple areas of the brain including auditory and sensorimotor processes. Singing also makes it easier to incorporate hand-tapping to help with the rhythms of the words.

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[1] Fancourt, D., L. Aufegger, and A. Williamon, Low-stress and high-stress singing have contrasting effects on glucocorticoid response. Frontiers in Psychology, 2015. 6: p. 1242.

[2] Kreutz, G., et al., Effects of choir singing or listening on secretory immunoglobulin A, cortisol, and emotional state. J Behav Med, 2004. 27(6): p. 623-35.

[3] Stewart, N.A.J. and A.J. Lonsdale, It’s better together: The psychological benefits of singing in a choir. Psychology of Music, 2016. 44(6): p. 1240-1254.

[4] Osman, S.E., V. Tischler, and J. Schneider, ‘Singing for the Brain’: A qualitative study exploring the health and well-being benefits of singing for people with dementia and their carers. Dementia (London), 2016. 15(6): p. 1326-1339.

[5] Wan, C.Y., et al., The Therapeutic Effects of Singing in Neurological Disorders. Music Percept, 2010. 27(4): p. 287-295.

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