Humming your favourite song while working, cooking or taking shower in your bathroom is a very usual habit. We all are singers. You might one of them who love to sing all the time, especially when you feel happy.
Studies have shown that people who sing they can maintain a positive mood. They might feel happier, less anxious, less depressed, and overall more plucky about what life has to offer.
Singing can improve immunity and prevent the Cancer:
Obviously singing is not going to treat the life-threatening disease, but a recent study discovered that it might still offer some help. When a person sings a song, the higher levels of certain immune system molecules, which is called cytokines, are released and also lower the levels of stress hormone cortisol is found.
Singing can be good for your heart health:
Singing demands some pretty specific patterns in your breathing. While you are singing, you generally take bigger, slower breaths, and in the process, your heart rate typically begins to slow. Those people who are suffering from high blood pressure due to stress or anxiety they can sign whenever they want. Because it helps improve your heart rate according to a research.
Singing helps you to curbs snoring:
People think that snoring is associated to age but that isn’t always true. Because when the muscles of our airways are soft or weak, they vibrate and cause a disruptive nighttime noise. Singing can make a vocal exercise that helps to strengthen those muscles and prevent snoring.
Singing might work for people with Asthma:
People who are suffering from Asthma might be benefited from singing. A study discovered that singing can slightly improve lung function and reduce symptoms in people with mild asthma. However, this research is in early stages but singing doesn’t hurt, does it?
Sing louder! There is nothing to be ashamed in singing your favourite song in front of other people.