Singing & our Brains!
The neuroscience of singing shows that when we sing our neurotransmitters connect in new and different ways. It fires up the right temporal lobe of our brain, releasing endorphins that make us smarter, healthier, happier & more creative.
When we sing with other people this effect is amplified. Singing increases self-awareness, self-confidence & our ability to communicate with others. It is the greatest form of expression. Singing decreases stress, comforts us and helps us to forge ahead our identity and influence in the world.
Regular exercising of the vocal cords van prolong your life and it’s a great way to keep in shape because we are exercising our lungs and heart. Singing has physical benefits because it is an aerobic activity and this increases oxygenation in the blood stream and exercises the major muscles groups in our upper bodies, even when we are sitting.
“I don’t sing because I’m happy, I’m happy because I sing”Mia Whitfield
8 reasons to start singing today!
- Singing rewires the brain to release the happy hormone Oxytocin
- Singing heals strokes & speech abnormalities.
- Singing improves posture, Breathing & Blood flow
- Singing pauses the aging process by continuously “exercising” your brain,
- Singing heals depression, low self-esteem & anxiety
- Singing promotes bonding & connection and helps you rediscover your own identity.
- Singing relieves mental health issues by making you feel happier, better connected & supported
- Singing helps with being smarter, healthier and more creative.