The researchers from Harvard University claim that singing has a beneficial effect on the body. It does not matter if a person has voice and a good ear for music or not. Nor is it important whether a person remembers the song lyrics by heart.
Scientists conducted an experiment in several U.S clinics. The patients were asked to sing often. It turned out that those who sang felt pain relief, and it helped them to recover quicker. Experts likened the effect of singing to performing physical exercises.
Doctors explained that during singing the human body gets enriched with oxygen, which improves blood circulation, maintains muscle tone, and supports the heart and lungs.
The experts said that there are techniques, which cure stuttering, relieve the effects of stress and even help to lose weight via singing.
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