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.
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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.
Road rage is when you lose your temper while driving. Almost everyone has experienced some form of road rage while driving.
While most people can bounce back from their anger quickly, it can prove deadly in some situations.
If you have a pair of vocal folds that can produce sound and you can you tell the difference between a higher note and a lower note, you and about 98.5% of the population absolutely can be taught how to sing.
The rest of about 1.5% of the population suffers from a condition called “congenital amusia”. They have real difficulty discriminating between different pitches, tone, and sometimes rhythm.
Music helps with making memories from long ago feel relevant again. When you hear a song that had specific meaning to you in the past, the memory of that moment will come back with unbelievable details.
Alzheimer’s patients can sing the songs that they learned as young adults. This is a promising step in treating patients suffering from dementia and those with brain injuries.
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