Saturday, December 16, 2017
Yoga practitioners and meditation gurus have long documented the benefits of chants and mantras. Now, scientific research has proven such sound vibrations have physiological benefits for the heart. Vocal recitation can regulate breathing and heart rates ...

Sing Your Heart Healthy

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Remember to breathe.
Remember to breathe.

Right now, take a breather. Stop what you’re doing to breathe slowly and deeply. Be conscious of how you breathe throughout the day. Hum a repetitious tune, especially if you find your breath is coming short and shallow.  It’ll put pep in your step, harmony in your heart, and calm in your spirit.

See “Behind the Scenes of Broadway” for other interesting connections between singing and exercise.

Image Credits

Song Sparrow Singing: www.flickr.com/photos/wolfraven

Just Breathe: www.flickr.com/photos/ethermoon

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