1. Singing makes your brain release endorphins, a hormone associated with feelings of pleasure which make you happier and energized.
2. Doctors believe that singing improves heart rate visibility, which reduces the risk of heart disease.
3. Singing improves your posture and as a result, youll look more confident.
4. Feelings of safety and confidence increase when you sing as part of a group.
5. Singing is a good workout. Youll exercise your lungs, improve circulation and tone your abdominal and intercostal muscles.
6. Beat the flu with a song. Singing has been proven to boost your immune system and open your sinuses and respiratory system.
7. Singing releases oxytocin, a natural stress reliever that has been found to alleviate depression and loneliness.
8. Mental awareness, concentration and memory are all improved by singing.
9. Lung cancer patients who sing on a regular basis have an easier time coping with the disease.
10. Breaking out in a tune can help you live longer in general.
11. After getting a group of non-singers to sing on a regular basis, 50% of people benefited spiritually, 58% felt physically fitter, 75% felt emotionally better off and 87% felt more social.
12. Singing certain notes can benefit you in different ways. Singing a short-a sound can help banish the blues. Making a long-e sound can boost alertness by stimulating your biological clock.
13. Singing the short-e sound can help you control digestion. Making a long-o sound stimulates the pancreas and regulates blood sugar.
14. The double-o sound will help to strengthen immunity by controlling the spleen.
15. Singing can increases poise, self-esteem and presentation skills as well as broaden expressive communication.
16. Being part of a choir can be as physically, mentally and spiritually as good for you as yoga. Choirs often synchronise their heartbeat into one, with the songs tempo as a guide, suggesting that it could also strengthen the heart.