Psychologists Explain Why It Feels So Good To Sing In Your Car
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Tension occurs when your body thinks you're being threatened. A common response to anxiety is shallow breathing. It can turn into a habit and reinforces the feeling that you're threatened.
While deeper breaths feel good, natural breaths, like when you're singing at the top of your lungs, feel even better. Deep breathing also improves your ability to sleep.
You're getting a heavy dose of dopamine when you're singing.
When we sing lyrics that we can relate to, we feel less alone.
Even a sombre song can help you process your emotions in a healthy way. Depending on your mood, different types of music feels therapeutic.
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"The more you understand yourself, the more silence there is, the healthier you are." - Maxime Lagacé
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Music expresses who we are as individuals so why not enjoy listening to and sharing your favorite tunes? Whether alone or among friends – let your spirit fly high!