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In These Choirs, Singers Needn’t Apply if They’re Under 55 – Next Avenue

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***Music in Our Lives Series: Singing and Health***

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           As I continue my research on creative expression in our lives, music appears to be the key to many aspects of human development, from the early stages of life through our senior years. Singing is proving to be especially important for health and well-being. Today’s post shares the story of the choirs of older men and women springing up across the nation and the world.

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Sing for lung health – The Hippocratic Post

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***The Arts in Health Series: Singing Is Good for You***

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          Music has the potential to improve our health in many ways. Singing is good for everyone, but it is especially important for those with lung problems. Today’s story from The Hippocratic Post in the UK supports the role that singing is playing in treating those with various lung problems.

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The Creative Apothecary Believes in the Power of Singing!

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The Neuroscience of Singing

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***The Arts in Health Series: Singing, Health, and Science****

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          Singing is very good for us–doctors are prescribing singing both alone and in choral groups for a physical, mental, and spiritual lift. If you have breathing problems, singing is doubly good! Today’s post from Uplift offers examples and insight into the impact of singing on wellness and introduces the book “Imperfect Harmony: Finding Hope Singing With Others.” Sing in the shower, sing in the car, sing together wherever you are.

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Source: The Neuroscience of Singing

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A Christmas carol for lung health – The Hippocratic Post

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Expanding on the Music and Health Theme:

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          One of the major themes of my book in progress Shaping Lives, Transforming Communities: Creative Expression in the Dance of Life is the importance of music in promoting and sustaining health and a sense of well-being. This post from a newly discovered source of information, The Hippocratic Post in the UK, adds to the growing body of research on the role of arts in wellness.

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“Singing carols at Christmas is a pleasure enjoyed by many, but singing of all kinds can be a health boon too – especially when it comes to lung disease. As well as improving morale and ‘feel good factor’ singing regularly as part of an organised group can have a range of positive effects brought about by better breath control and better posture According to a new report, The ‘Singing for Lung Health’ (SLH) Systematic Review and Consensus Statement, singing can help people with lung disease to control their breathing better. Written by a group including respiratory physicians, physiotherapists, nurses, health…”

Source: A Christmas carol for lung health – The Hippocratic Post

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The Creative Apothecary Suggests Singing Every Day Is Very Good Medicine!

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