Singing (properly) is a wonderful way to warm up, sync your mind-body connection, and expand the range of your vocal apparatus, but it has a number of other (perhaps unexpected) benefits as well. For those afraid to sing and for those who believe they cannot sing well, we fully encourage you to challenge these fears and to believe that you can learn to improve over time. Singing might just rival laughter as a great free medicine (we think you should fit both into your schedule).
We hope the article below can serve as food for thought and for inspiration to explore your voice to your healthy limits. Enjoy!
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