Are you stressed? Singing is a simple and effective way to reduce stress and improve your overall health well being, both mentally and physically. These benefits can be classified into three broad groups: physical, emotional, and social.
If you’re entering retirement or are looking for a new hobby, here are a few ways to use music therapy for seniors.
Love Your Larynx — Singers are like athletes. We may not use our pectoral muscles, biceps and deltoids, but we use a fine set of muscles in our craft.
Steven Tyler Launches Charity to Help Abused Girls by launching a new philanthropic initiative: Janie’s Fund — a partnership with Youth Villages…
Today’s Sociology Defined by Music Tastes —According to a study published in the journal Poetics, Americans tastes in music define how we see ourselves
Therapy Alleviates Tinnitus —Tinnitus is commonly known as ringing in the ears; its sounds originate in the head. It may be perceived as ringing, crickets, roaring, hissing, bells, whistles, or a pulse, or as any combination of sounds. The sounds may be heard in one ear or both and can be constant or intermittent. Many musicians suffer from tinnitus and its affects can be debilitating.
While we all know that listening to music can make any chore seem more pleasant, one recent study by in Israeli researcher that published in Psychology of Music, seems to prove that it can also influence our moral compass and entice us to participate in negative behavior.